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Friday, March 11, 2011

SkyWatch Friday

~If ya think yer pretty, ya probably are.~
~Joan Servant 1886~

It's that time of year again when the weatherman is lookin' like a fool...please take no offense if you're a weather forecaster ;~)

After yesterday's snow squall came through, the sun shone brightly on the hillside of freshly fallen snow up Long Canyon...and the black clouds moved on toward the east.


After the Squall
After the Squall


There are many more skies to see around the world by visiting SkyWatch Friday...enjoy!


14 comments:

Maia said...

Wonderful. Great shot.

Red Hot Ruby said...

Really beautiful picture!

I've been lurking for a while. . .as in a year or two ;). Just thought I'd let you know that I enjoy your blog!

Cheyenne said...

Great composition!.....Gives an idea of the vastness of your country, and allows me and others to see just how varied your landscape can be. Loved it!

Shirley said...

Amazing light; a very brooding feel to it.

cdncowgirl said...

Probably wasn't nice while it was happening but it sure left some "pretty" - great pic :)

Sarah said...

we drove up through US97 last night. The roads were pretty icy from Klammath to south of Bend, but then it cleaned up. Its a funny time of year. Every other day you get something different from the sky! Love your picture. Isn't is neat how sunshine makes clouds look so much more ominous?

wendy said...

ditto on the disclaimer...but you can't trust mother nature and you can't trust a weather man.

jayayceeblog said...

What a beautiful picture. The air looks so fresh and clean!

Merri said...

Beautiful!
by the way, the 2010 AERC (American Endurance Horse Conference) Hall of Fame Horse was a mustang, Robin Hood - he's got 10,000 endurance miles. His owner was in tears and speechless, it was so sweet. I'll do a story on him one of these days.
- The Equestrian Vagabond

Janice said...

Great pic, sure glad that sky moved on. I really liked your Wordless Wed.

wildcatsthree said...

what beautiful scenery! Our weatherman gets it wrong a lot this time of year too - it must be an unpredictable time of year.

Ed said...

Beautiful shot..:-)

thecrazysheeplady said...

Beautiful!

gowestferalwoman said...

Nice picture - you can "feel" the snow burn off!

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