March Morning Sky

This morning I was sitting in front of the computer, reading posts at Metafilter and following links from Arts and Letters Daily. Bev had been out walking Sage; she came into the house and said, “Larry, you ought to take a look at the sky this morning!”

I put my shoes on, grabbed a camera and enacountered the best morning sky we’ve had this month. Most of the canyon was still shadowed but the higher slopes glowed brownish-orange as the sun’s rays swept across them:


Some of the sky’s tints were reminiscent of those in a Maxfield Parrish painting:


There was just a brief period when the eastern horizon exhibited impressive colors and patterns:



2 comments on “March Morning Sky

  1. Bev Wigney says:

    Beautiful pics of this morning’s sky, Larry!

  2. Joan says:

    Beautiful photos, Larry! Thing is, after your previous ‘landscape’ narrative, I have to wonder if these are not really mounds of chocolate velvet cake. (grin)

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