my sky

This is the rare Cloud Tree
I saw it on Riverside Drive the other day
not sure if its still there, this tree is like
Unicorns and Brigadoon
they are there, and then they are gone




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50 comments:

  1. That is so cool!! Talk about right place at the right time.

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  2. Straight out of Lewis Carroll! The ever elusive cloud tree... Amazing!

    (This isn't your mosaic tree is it?)

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  3. This is awesome!! :)

    I love this shot.
    Have a great friday!

    Anna

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  4. Good one, Daryl. Cloud trees really are rare, aren't they? ;-)

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  5. Very nice picture here, the clouds are catching the trees.....

    Well done!!

    A nice Skywatch Friday

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  6. I was thinking baloon but yes, cloud tree is better.

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  7. First you have to find the gift of seeing, before they show you one of these... are you perchance the youngest of three sons, and not too bright at that? I wonder what other adventures are coming your way?

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  8. lovely Daryl!!
    blue skies. trees. clouds. bliss.

    btw this sounds mad l know, but gotta ask..was watching 'americas got talent 'with daughter just now..its MAD really it is. There was alady cheering and I got a half second glimpse. She looked like you, hair dark glasses the lot..would you admit if it was?
    LOL

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  9. warmer weather agrees with you doesn't it? :D

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  10. I would chase them all too. Purrfect shot.

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  11. Rare cloud tree. I never knew they were called that. We have them here more cloud than tree though and not half as pretty.

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  12. That is a fantastic sky. I love bright sunny days. They make me happy and energetic. It has been overcast here all day. I did enjoy a late lunch out on the deck.

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  13. I think the clouds look like cotton candy. Nice shot Daryl.

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  14. That's wonderful. The cloud almost looks like a newborn to me as well as a cloud tree.

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  15. The perfect picture waits for no man or woman! Splendiforous!

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  16. How very LOVELY!
    Next a CloudiaTree? ;-)
    Aloha my poetic Gal pal

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  17. The cloud really does look like part of the tree. Great capture.

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  18. A very nice tree cloud. Looks barely in bud. Great composition and capture.

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  19. I want me a cloud tree. If not, a unicorn would do nicely...he he.

    have a great weekend D.

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  20. Hey Darryl... nice blog and the tree cloud is really cool. Good Monochromes...

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  21. I see an embryo in the cloud... what a great capture this is and the 'Cloud Tree' it self is perfect..

    Tom
    My Sky Watch posts are here: Wiggers World and Pictures & Words

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  22. so beautiful... the cloud really make the tree, the cloud tree, great.

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  23. That's a very cool cloud tree !!

    Great idea for a SW post :-)

    Nice capture !

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  24. this is one of my most favorite sky photos of all time!!

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  25. Love it! Looks like a giant marshmellow or a giant dandelion puff!

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  26. Funny that tree doesn't have leaves on it yet?

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  27. I'll have to look for cloud trees here in CT! Wonderful photo (and concept behind photo), Ms. Daryl.

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  28. What An Amazing Photos !! Lovely ...I Enjoyed Your Blog..

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  29. Hi there..I love the cloud tree.. doing some quick catching up on Sky Watch and visiting your lovely blog as I have just returned...cheers.

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  30. pretty wild... like a Maxfield Parrish paiting...

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  31. i thought they only grew in virginia...lol.
    beautiful capture daryl. just beautiful.
    have a lovely weekend.
    hugs

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  32. Another great capture, Daryl.
    Have a nice week.

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  33. I'm speechless. This is stunning!
    "Cloud tree"- clever name.

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