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Friday, November 7, 2008

SkyWatch#19 & HF#88 Frustrating Forecasts

Haiku Friday #87
is at Small Reflections
this morning
These clouds from last week
didn't bring the rain we'd hoped ...
just a few showers.
Once again it's dry ...
barometric readings low
... fire danger high.

Note: As always, clicking on the images
will 'biggify' them for better viewing.

Haiku Friday #87 is at Small Reflections.
For others participating in Haiku Friday this week go to A Mommy Story. To see my previous Haikus, click on the Haiku Friday label below this post or in the sidebar.

Thought for Today

"Weather forecast for tonight: dark." George Carlin


kjpweb said...

Gorgeous skies - even if they don't bring much needed rain!
Cheers, Klaus

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

That is a neat shot of the skies with the palms over the houses.

Sylvia K said...

Really lovely clouds -- even if they didn't produce as promised! Love the palm trees, too. Thanks for sharing!

Louise said...

Beautiful, beautiful skies,but I understand your disappointment with no rain.

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

Those clouds look awesome! I like them in the second shot a lot.

Jan said...

Sorry you didn't get rain, but your photo is beautiful.

Anonymous said...

I'll send you some rain if you'd like because Oregon is headed into that season. Until about July. :) Fun haiku and pretty sky, too.

Joyce said...

The clouds are beautiful, even though they were disappointing. I'm hoping you'll receive your much-needed rains. :)

Anonymous said...

Yea, I was just outside at lunch and it is warm and DRY. And the wind seems to have a Santa Ana feel to it, which is not supposed to happen in November.

I did very much enjoy the sprinkles though, I wish we could have had more.

rhoen said...

nice skywatch photos! thanks for sharing!

Debbie@Like a Rose said...

Okay, well clearly the fire thing is bad but the weather does make for a beautiful sky.

Love the George Carlin quote by the way. :)

Mike Golch said...

great photos.I hope you have a great weekend my friend!

Unknown said...

It makes me want to go swimming in the clouds. Yeah, I'm weird. :)

Jenn in Holland said...

Once again, such lovely images!!

SandyCarlson said...

Timeless and wonderful, Storyteller. God bless.

Michelle said...

Beautiful sky though the fire danger sounds scary. It's gloomy in my part of the US today. We are expecting snow. Uggg!!! I really need to move out of this state. LOL!! I'm not found of the winter months.

Roan said...

That gorgeous blue sky looks wonderful here in gray middle America. BJ