Thursday, April 8, 2010

Skywatch Friday - Pastoral Skies

I have been exploring the back roads of my town and rural area.

I came upon this pastoral scene with the storm clouds over the hill from the barn even though I was seeing blue skies and fluffy clouds. Can't wait to go back here again when all the trees have budded out!








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13 comments:

ewok1993 said...

A gorgeous bucolic scene.

Arija said...

Gorgeous shots, especially the last two. Your landscape is so green in comparison to mine.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Cheri, I am SO sorry you are having trouble loading my blog. I haven't heard anyone ever say that... I do know that I use larger pictures---but I don't have music or older posts or other things which make the site load slowly. I don't know what else to take off.... I'm so sorry... It loads just fine for me, but I have a fairly new computer. I'm just so sorry.... I probably need to cut down on the number of pictures I put on each blog. Sigh!!! Please don't give up...

Beautiful sky pictures!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Pearl Maple said...

Lovely photos of a spring sky and the farm, thanks for sharing with Sky Watch Friday.

Old Kitty said...

Gosh those clouds look ominous!!

I hope they cleared up soon!

Lovely, lovely pics though of a very changeable skies over an amazing rural landscape.

Take care
x

me ann my camera said...

This setting certsinly has potential to be very beautiful as the season progresses. your photo is lovely! Ann

Wanda said...

Such wonderful scenes. It gives a peaceful feeling, and a need to take a walk.

Catherine said...

Truly wonderful blue skys indeed ~ captured so perfectly!

Al said...

A very pretty scene with some quite threatening clouds. Great shots.

Anil P said...

Even then the storm clouds set off the blue skies well. With a view like that white tufts riding the blue skies is refreshing.

Kcalpesh said...

Clouds sure seem to be in a mischievous mood!

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EG Wow said...

Wonderful rural scenes. Although I live in a village out in the country, I never tire of old barns. The clouds are lovely too!

Ozark Mountain Cats said...

Thanks for dropping by our blog. Our biped has been thinking about a straw bale garden but can't figure out how to get the straw home in her fancy new car.

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