Thursday, January 26, 2006

Half-full or half-empty?

Yesterday, somebody said in reference to me, "Every silver lining has to have its cloud."

And with that, I bring you Cloud of the Month, really, a thing of beauty.

6 comments:

JamesO said...

Nacreous cloud is so cool (literally, as well as figuratively). It's quite rare to see over here. There was a beautiful example I remember in Fife a few years back that made the evening news - people had been phoning in asking if there had been a disaster or if the world was going to end.

Sandra Ruttan said...

This link was sent to me this morning by a friend of mine in Edinburgh - he said he'd just seen one of these clouds.

Weirdest cloud I ever saw was black and red - no fire. That had armageddon written all over it.

Erik Ivan James said...

Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

R.J. Baker said...

I have sailed Lake Michigan for many years.

The most beautiful clouds with unimaginable colors and sunsets and rises occur right before or after the most severe storms...

Dana Y. T. Lin said...

Nice. Wonder if Jason Evans would write a poem to go with that?

Sandra Ruttan said...

Oh, it would be nice if he would.

And I got three messages from you yesterday in my email...don't know if they all appeared on the site though. Sometimes this thing does that!

You always have to wait for the verification!