Changing Sky

The sky has always interested me. Some of my oldest photos are of the sky. Looking up at the stars or the clouds always reminded me of how small I am and how truly large the world is.

It is easy to lose sight how amazing this planet is. One thing I have noticed is how varied the same patch of sky can be from month to month, or even from day to day.

Below are several photos I have taken this year. Each photo is taken from the same area (a football training field and a track area). Although taken at different times, the photos are taken towards the evening.

orange and blue sunset with clear skies
Taken on January 4
Sunset with blue and purple clouds
Taken on March 8
yellow and deep blue sunset
Taken on April 14
Sunset with gold orange rolling clouds
Taken on April 17
sunset with gold and gray clouds
Taken on April 22
white sunset with blue and white puffy clouds
Taken on April 27
Large white cloud
Taken on June 9
Orange and blue sunset no clouds
Taken on June 11
Anvil-shaped white and blue cloud
Taken on June 27
Purple clouded sunset
Taken on June 30
slips of pink clouds
Taken on July 1
clear skies, gold sunset
Taken on July 12
white wispy clouds
Taken on July 16

The next time you get a chance, pick a place and just watch how the sky changes over the days and weeks and months. It’s fun and I like to think it is part of what makes life interesting.


2 thoughts on “Changing Sky

  1. Tiger Lilly April 26, 2016 / 00:57

    that is a good idea!

    • Poetria April 26, 2016 / 09:34

      Let me know if you get your own set of images!

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