Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Halloween clouds . . .


I had a funeral service to go to on Halloween and then ran to the store and when I came out of the store, these "ghost whisper" clouds met my view so of course I had to capture them with my camera. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do. The funeral had nothing to do with Halloween -- the oldest member of our church died and was being buried on Reformation Day which was pretty appropriate for a Lutheran!

I just CLICKED on the photo to enlarge it and I was surprised with such detail of the tree branches and clouds! You might enjoy it also.

10 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Yes, very appropriate. And here's me posting graves...
You're right, the fluffy clouds are whispering!

Barb said...

Are you sure you didn't sponge-paint those clouds? I like the detail of the branches, too.

Love Bears All Things said...

That is unusual. It looks like it was sponge painted just like Barb said. Only God could paint it like that.
Mama Bear

Annie said...

How uplifting and appropriate to the day as well, PERBS.

Thank you for your joyous comment re: Quanah getting work. It has been a very long road.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Very nice clouds, much better than the overcast skies we've been having here lately.

I suspect you must take your camera with you wherever you go, Paulie!

Malyss said...

This end of october arrives with funeral for several of us..but in a way or in an other, the solace always comes from the sky..

Cindi said...

This is so pretty, with the little puffs of clouds. I haven't seen clouds like that too often. Glad you were able to catch them with your camera.

Gypsy Lala said...

Yeah, i like the clouds with the tree branches, I took some pictures like these too but using my cell phone. Nice shot.

becky aka theRAV said...

Thanks for telling us to click on it, Paulie! That was so cool. Neat that you got this on Halloween too. Sorry about the loss of your oldest church memember.

Sissy said...

A beautiful sky, isn't it?

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