March 28, 2008

clouds over Mt. Tam


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photo by Donald Kinney

Wednesday was a funny day for weather...   All week the long-range forecast had been predicting light rain on Wednesday, and although some interesting clouds had been floating over all day, nobody expected any moisture out of them.   About three o'clock the puffy white clouds turned to a solid gray and soon it began to lightly sprinkle.   But then, about fifteen minutes later, the sun broke out in all it's glory and everybody was able to finish up the beautiful day.



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3 comments:

'JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes'NL said...

Hello Don
Thanks for your visit on my blog (collage of 48 sky's from Luxemburg) and I cn tell you this; YOU are always welcome (yu're not rub-in yourwords) So I have been travelling around through a lot countries by blogs but yours is always so special to me, you have your own great individual atractive style, that inspires me:)Thanks for showing.

have a good wekend

AphotoAday said...

Thank you so much Joann...

I suppose this blog is the "most undiscovered" on the internet -- for while great blogs like yours get 40 and 50 comments per posting, I am lucky if I get half that number of folks to just visit AphotoAday... (I'm not exactly sure what I'm doing wrong, but I guess that's enough crying about it) Anyway, I'll keep doing it -- I enjoy taking photos, but sure wish more folks would enjoy looking at them... (o.k., enough of that)

Best regards, Don and Kitty

photowannabe said...

Well Don, here's old faithful. I love coming here to your blog and feel I must comment on your great photos. I think so many people have too many blogs that they look at and just don't have the time to comment.
I know I spend too much time on the computer looking, but, why not? I'm retired and its fun seeing the world through other peoples eyes.

 
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