October Sky


By now, you may have noticed I love to look at the sky.  Here are some different “faces” of the October sky.


I’ve learned to look up.  I’m never disappointed.

13 Responses to October Sky

  1. Beth says:

    The third one and the next to the last one are both amazing. Well, they’re all amazing, but those two are gasp-ingly amazing.

  2. Hilary says:

    So beautiful and varied. I agree about learning to look up.. and down, and behind .. etc. There’s almost always something worth absorbing. Thanks for sharing you sky.

  3. Sandra says:

    Thank you, Beth. I am so much enjoying capturing pictures of the sky that I have always enjoyed. Now I have some of those images FOREVER!

    Hilary — Don’t you think that past generations, without all the entertainment that’s everywhere now, must have REALLY looked at nature, and appreciated all the colors and views? So sad that many people don’t bother with it now.

  4. Amy O says:

    Beautiful! I like the 2nd to last one the best. Thank you for sharing. The clouds in the 3rd picture just make me want to take a nap, they look so soft.

  5. These are lovely. Good advice, to always look up 🙂

  6. What lovely photos…what a nice reminder to look up. I also love pictures of the sky. In fact, the background for my blogspot and my novel are from a picture I took of the sky in Fujian, China. Beuatiful reds and oranges. The late leader of China said, “Women hold up half the sky.” I always remember that when I’m feeling overwhelmed (I only need to hold up half the sky) and when I’m feeling undervalued. (Hey, I can hold up half the sky, buddy!)

  7. Beautiful pictures! Thank you for sharing!

  8. Caution says:

    I rarely notice the sky, but then I see pix like yours and think I better start looking up.

    Thanks for the foolproof cake recipe. I’d like to pretend that I don’t eat sweets, but of course I not only eat them – I inhale them!

  9. Sandra says:

    Amy — You are in good company — those are the two most people have liked! 🙂

    Lynn — If I went blind tomorrow, God forbid, I would always have my sky memories!

    Jana — Thanks for stopping by and adding your interesting story about China!

    Princess — Thank you for stopping by to give me the opportunity to share!

    Caution — I had to get in the habit of looking up, but it was worth it! I hope you will like the cake as much as we do!

  10. Chourou says:

    Good job, Sandy!
    Sky has its expressions and emotions like us human beings. Sometimes it cheers up ,and sometimes it groans, and sometimes it sighs. I appreciated your nice photos amazingly illustrated a wide variety of its changes. I’d say this may be a poet. You got my eyes opened and made me think about how it worth looking up. Thank you for sharing.

  11. Sandra says:

    Thank you, Chourou! I appreciate your encouragement!

  12. Wow. Beautiful shots. The first is my fave; gorgeous!

  13. Sandra says:

    Thanks, Barb. It’s fun to have the ability that blogging gives to share things like pictures. And, you, of all people, remember when I had no idea how to take OR post a picture, and required the intervention of a special blogging friend to post pictures of my great-grandchild! I’ll always be thankful to you for that. 🙂

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