Monday, August 10, 2015

The Sky's The Limit

The sky over the Pines can convey a different vibe or mood on any given day...or night.  I was sitting in the living room tonight when I noticed the weird color outside...very yellow and reminiscent of tornado weather.  I grabbed my camera and headed for the hills...or the field across the street.  Once outside I snapped a few sky shots that told the story of the yellow hue.
I headed down the lane to see across the field.
Ominous!
Glorious!
A totally different hue as I headed inside.  The other day I snapped a few happier looking skies.
Same view....different day.
Same day...different view!  I guess even the sky has it's moods....and on a Monday I think we all can relate to different moods! I'll end with a different perspective.
This gal didn't care what was happening....she, or maybe he, was in a good mood on a lovely flower! That's because when it comes to moods...the sky's the limit around here!

16 comments:

selvageedge said...

Beautiful pictures!

Laurie said...

Wow! Love those skies!

betty said...

That is a great picture of the butterfly! She posed really nice for you :) Gorgeous sky pictures too!

betty

Shady Del Knight said...

Hi, dear YaYa! How well I remember those "sick" looking golden orange twilight skies, a familiar sight when I lived in Pennsylvania. Those skyscapes certainly do convey the impression that violent weather is about to strike. It seems safe to assume that it didn't happen in your vicinity. That butterfly is beautiful. It reminds me of the many insect pictures my dad used to take. He was so meticulous that he measured the distance between the lens and the bug and made an endless series of adjustments. Half the time the insect got tired of waiting and moved on before Dad even snapped the picture.

If you see my good buddy Eddy D. Boxer, tell him I think about him often. Enjoy the rest of your week, my wonderful friend!

John Edwards said...

Great pictures, YaYa. And Shady Del Knight - I well remember carrying a wooden ruler around with me to measure the distance from a flower or an insect to the lens. It's a bit easier nowadays but I still find some impatient insects move on!

Rick Watson said...

I love the sky when it turns colors you can't name.

Kerri said...

Beautiful pictures Yaya! I have the hardest time capturing beautiful sunsets....they never look the same on my camera as they do in person....oh well! I'll keep trying!
Have a great week!

Munir said...

You are one terrific photographer. Every single photo is breath taking !

Nonnie said...

Those pics are simply gorgeous. I love taking pics like that of the skies as they change. Some evenings the sunsets are so amazing, I will be in and out of my chair inside and out on the deck taking pictures. I come in, settle down, and see more amazing skies than before. Drives my husband nuts! The butterfly on the flower is perfect!

Kim said...

Beautiful pictures. So many colours, I love comparing it to moods. Clever girl

Weekend-Windup said...

Sky looks beautiful!

Kay G. said...

Lovely photos of the skies AND the butterfly!

You will never guess, I have a photo of the exact same butterfly!
(Well, NOT the SAME one, but you know what I mean!!)
And I am going to do a post about this butterfly...so ....look out for it!!
I will mention your post when I do, okay? Take care, my friend, and keep looking out for beauty!!

Susan Anderson said...

Your photos are amazing. What interesting colors, and you really captured them. Thanks!

=)

PS. I posted a pic of Mom and Dick on their 43rd anniversary today. I know you will want to see it. They are so cute. Hope yur mom is doing well.

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Yaya you really are good at capturing the sky's many shades of colors or moods. These yellow ones would have me clearing a closet out to hide in instead of snapping pics. Haha
What a coward I am these days!
Glad you shared SUV amazing photos with us.
Hope your having a great weekend
Love
Maggie

The Purple Assassin. said...

exceptionally beautiful.

truly, sky's the limit!

Marsha Young said...

My goodness, you are a wonderful photographer. Thank you for sharing these terrific shots with us, especially the butterfly picture. :) Have a wonderful day. - Marsha