I’ve often thought that the sky is an always changing, beautiful artistic masterpiece, when I actually slow down to watch it. Prints of this skyscape art are available to purchase here.
During the month of November, my wife, son and I visited Algonkian Park and Riverbend Park here in Northern Virginia. The fall is just such a beautiful time of the year, so I thought I’d share some photography:
It’s Halloween, and this skyscape looks like it’s shaping up to become darker and darker for a scary night!
This photo makes me think the ocean is rising up from the earth to touch the sky.
These wispy clouds are floating along with a brilliant shine.
This afternoon sky has a nice contrast of blue with the white clouds, illumined by the ever-present, ancient sun.
Here’s a photo similar to the one from yesterday. This cloud just kind of gradually fades out into smaller and smaller pieces.
This sky formation looks like it could be an abstract painting of blue and violet hues.
I’ve made it to the second week of posting sky photos, and have been enjoying going out every morning or evening to appreciate the beautiful formations in the sky. Here’s an artful evening sky:
Seven days in a row of posting abstract natural beauties! This evening sky has some interesting colors and patterns.