Thursday, October 30, 2008

Break In The Clouds

We had a few days recently of heavy rains and one afternoon I took this photo through a wet window. I liked the hole in the clouds. It reminded me of someone looking down to see how much water was down here.

Be sure and check out the sky from the vantage point of others around the world by clicking on the emblem below! Happy SkyWatch Friday!!


18 comments:

Paz said...

I like the hole in the clouds, too. Lovely sky photo.

Paz

earthlingorgeous said...

The hole in the sky looks like the opening where the water will fall hahahah! Nice shot!

Earth

Connie said...

Nice picture of the sky and clouds.

Sara Chapman said...

Thanks so much for visiting my blog and reminding me about yours. Your skywatch photos are spectactular! I love them all. The skies are so clear and the clouds so intriguing. The pillow ones are amazing and new to me. Thanks again for a great blog.

Vic said...

wow! I like the opening in between the clouds! :) so serene... :)

Baruch said...

Nice capture

magiceye said...

an eye in the sky! wonderful!!

Kophieps said...

lovely optimistic picture, thanks!

Jim said...

Yep, just enough room to either peek down or pour more water through it.

AphotoAday said...

It'll be a few days before we see a break in the clouds like that out here in California -- it's raining... (thank God)

lisa mertins said...

beautiful. i love dramatic michigan weather too! your art is lovely as well mary.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Nice photo. I like the hole in the coulds too. :-)

The Tile Lady said...

Great Skywatch, Mary! Hope you have a chance to see mine. Thanks so much for coming by and checking out my Virtual Sketch, and commenting on the header. I really appreciate your comment!

haleyhughes said...

Very dramatic sky. The mental image of someone pulling apart the clouds to peek at the water made me laugh. Happy Skywatching~

Arija said...

A nice sky with that little promise of pink.

Gretchen said...

Beautiful photo!

TCKK said...

Very cool picture of a cloudy sky.

Shirley Fyfe said...

Such a wonderful contribution for Sky Watch!

Thanks so much for dropping by mine and for commenting too!