Clouds / Corrales / Cottonwoods / Landscape / landscapes / Rio Grande / Sandias / Trees Gray Day September 10, 2020 Timothy Price38 Comments Sandias mostly covered by clouds Holly’s Tangle Heart Tree Shehanne’s Tree Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Grey days are welcome because one can cool down. On sunny days the pace of life is often accellerated above the normal level. At cloudy days one can recover.
Gray is spectacularly beautiful over there also!
Ah the Tangle Tree. Lovely pics . We get a lot of grey days here.
Your tree also looks good against a gray sky.
It’s a lovely sky and tree
I was the first one here last night but the sandman had the last word. That’s an ominous view and fascinating photo. You know I love the trees, especially the Tangle Heart . I think you ought too etch my name on there before someone else lays claim to it. I’m concerned. 😊
Did you have a hard day? I don’t think you need to worry about anyone claiming your tree. Thanks, Holly.
I was esp exhausted and called it a day rather early.
I had second Thoughts about etching on Tangle Heart. She’
Abhors violence and has a tender bark. 🌲perhaps a hug. Lol, visual!!
I’m much of a tree hugger, but I’ll give har a pat on the bark for you, and whisper a sweet nothing or two to her.
That warms the cockles of my heart and she’ll love you for it too.
That warms my cockles that you have warm cockles. As you know the weather cold cockled me this week. 😜🙀😻
I think you better get out blankets ! My cockles are warm no doubt. Another 90 degrees today.
I’ve had kitties sleeping on me. It’s supposed to get up to 75 today.
That’s pretty chilly for the high. Need lots of furry kitties!
Intermittent grey here today also. But the light is always shinning bright behind the clouds. Love all trees and all have my heart.
Have a beautiful weekend. 🧡🙏
Thanks, Sue. We don’t get many cold, cloudy days around here. We get cold days , but it’s rare to not see the sun for a whole day.
We can go days without seeing the sun in the UK 🥴🙂🌧️☁️🌧️
Lovely photos of some of your friends, Timothy. I can imagine how comforting it must be to have Holly’s Tangle Heart tree in your midst. The first photo is a gem…moody and expansive.
That is some grey sky! The trees are beautiful, too. Grey seems to be the color of the west these days.
The smoke and clouds blend altogether to produce a gray west. Thanks, Lavinia.
After three days of winter gray, and a dense fog gray beginning this morning, the sun is back out. Wildfire smoke is expected to return over the weekend, and be heavy next week.
The snow had no effect on the Colorado wildfires. The Cameron Peak fire (west of Fort Collins) that blew up on Labor Day, it continued to grow despite the snowfall in the area.
Regained full functionality with WP by using an out-of-date, unsupported browser. WP support forums said: “we have full functionality across all browser platforms … it must be a problem on your end.” That’s helpful.
Hi David. WP does not have full functionality across browsers. I only get full functionality with Safari on a version that is 4 years old, but now that computer is retired agin. The latest version has all kinds of issues with WP. I get best results with FireFox, but there are issues still.
Precisely. WP support has gotten lazy, especially the last 2-3 years.
I would think a lot of snow would have to fall to do much to a fire. Thanks, David.
Grey is better than fire orange skies, and still beautiful!
Orange is pretty, but scary when the fire is close. Thanks, Tiffany.
Beautiful even on a cloudy day, Tim. Although, here, where we have so much wonderful sunshine, cloudy or rainy days are magical. Hugs on the wing.
Great to see another shot of Shehanne’s tree!
PBH & the Tangle – Heart , (one of the more dramatic shots you sent me) will start ep. 2. Ep. 1 almost done!
Thanks, Resa. After all the hurricane like wind, I had to make sure the Tangle Heart Tree was okay.
Right! I’m glad it survived. And the new canopy area is stunning! Do the cats hang out under it?
The kitties love to hang on the deck under the canopy.
Lucky, spoiled kitties!