Big Dipper at dawn
Then clouds blew in from the east
Gnarly clouds rain fell
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Big Dipper At Dawn
Big Dipper at dawn
37 thoughts on “Big Dipper At Dawn”
I love this sequence of skyscapes!
You’re welcome, Tim.
So do I, Liz!!
A beautiful dawn sky, scene over the river and I love the gnarly clouds. Definitely a gnarly face in those clouds.
When I viewed your “Big Dipper” photograph, I was transported back to my childhood when my father, brother and I would look at the night sky and see the Big Dipper. It is so easy to forget to look up and reflect on the bigness around us. Thank you.
You are welcome, Rebecca. It’s nice to be reminded of childhood memories. We could see the Milky Way from here when I was a kid. Too much light pollution now.
Oh the skies are alive!
They are. Thanks, Nancy.
I can’t decide which pic I love most!
It’s tough sometimes. Thanks, Dale.
There are worse things…
Beautiful pictures as always!
Lovely photos. Lots of rain in the valley of the sun tonight!
We have rain this morning.Thanks, Michele.
What joy it is seeing those transitions. …and then read your beautiful TimKu. Day off to a great start. 🙏🏻
Thanks, Marina. Happy Thursday.
Happy Thursday [and Friday] to you!
It’s raining now and supposed ti snow tonight. I’ll see what the morning brings.
Wow, that sky is amazing.
Ah the dipper. The first constellation that was ever pointed out to me. Lovely pics.
It’s a good beginners consellation, me thinks. Thanks, Shey.
Your skyscapes are outstanding, Tim!!! Just wow!!!! LOVED the Big Dipper!!! Thank you! xo
Our skys go crasy out here. You are welcome, Amy Rose. Thanks, for dropping by.
Now that’s some amazing photography!!! 🙌🏼
Now that is definitely some gnarly clouds – the gods must be angry, hopefully nothing you did Tim ha.
I’m sure I did something. I seem to be making everyone mad these days. Thanks, Brian.
That’s sky is transformational.
It’s a trans sky. Keeping up with the times. Thanks, Jeff.
Indeed. Welcome, Tim.
The plough! Never seen such a clear photo!
More gorgeous skies …