Big winds, a little rain, and the reward of a double rainbow in my backyard. I haven't seen one in a long time. When they show up you can't always run to an open field, so excuse my city wires. You can see more skies from around the world here.
Oregon Coast. This was at low tide so it was fun to get in between the big rocks where you would not normally be able to go. That little speck in the background is someone frolicking in the water with their dog. To see more cool wetness, visit the Water Mistress.
I grew up in a small town and it was tradition for the graduating class to drive up to the town's water tower and paint over the previous class year. I really don't even remember if I was there for the painting part but my cousin and I had to go up to take a picture. That's her car in the shot, we called it the Blue Bomb.
I caught these moon shots recently and I loved how the clouds looked passing by in front of it as well as the faint rings of color surrounding the second one. Check out skies from around the world here.
I was looking out my front window and saw the makings of a wonderful sunset. I got one shot and then decided I needed to get to the other side of the school so I took off with my camera and watched the whole thing unfold from the football field. A woman driving by actually stopped her car and got out with her camera. The colors really did change that rapidly. I could not possibly just pick one in this series so here is the whole thing ;-) You can see more memorable skies here.
Another shot from Uniontown, Washington. In the back of the barn you can see a lone grove of trees with the wheel fence in the foreground. I used Flickr for the first one and Photobucket for the second. Find more delightful sepia scenes at Mary's house.