Yesterday's SKY

Cloud of pastel pink green

Rainbow arc

Hearing theme from close encounters?

No photoshopping in these pictures.

Does anyone else think these are strange messages in the sky?

(The color may be from a fading Circum Horizontal Arc?)

Comments

Kila said…
The last one looks like you're being invaded!
swswampy said…
Me thinks those might be floating UFO's in the last shot.
Beautiful photos...and as usual, I learned something here:
Circum Horizontal Arc?
Sounds like something my doctor mentioned when my back went out.
karisma said…
YES that last one does look a a bit suspect! Looks like an invasion of sorts.
Very unusual!! I'm back from my blogging break. Hope to see you at my place soon! Congrats on the new grandbaby!!
dieter said…
Fantastic shots,the UFO watches will have fun with this.. hmm do i believe? or to much x files lol
Gattina said…
Wow ! you were lucky to shoot such a sky !!
wow, beautiful sky shots no matter what kind of messages they are conveying. the middle does look like it could have been caused by a circum horizontal arc, but i wouldn't know cause just 3 minutes ago is when i learned of those things. :)

foam
Hazel said…
I think they're God's version of Smoke Signals... in Morse Code.

..-..--..-...-.---

Did you get the message?
lisa marie said…
I agree that the last one looks a little suspicious. Interesting messages indeed.
Women!!! Those are things created by a man so you could enjoy beautiful things in your lives, besides handsome men. Actually they are ice crystals and in some places they are called sun dogs. The cloud formations suggest mighty strong winds aloft. The sun dogs, I think, mean a change in the weather.
C said…
The clouds almost look like saucer shapes.
Betty said…
Even before I read your comment I was thinking that the sky looked strange and unlike any I had seen before. Don't know what to make of it but very pretty.
Jan said…
Nothing suspicious, unless beauty is suspicious. Wonderful photos.
Sabrina said…
Wow, what a sky! And what variety! That last one kinda gives me the willies!!!!
Very alien-like. I added you to my blog list as a favorite. I love reading your posts! I'm so glad that Kelly at Pass the Torch told me to take a look.
Masago said…
I love the clouds.
Susie said…
Great pictures of the sky. I've noticed some really strange looking clouds here the last couple days too, but now the air is thick with smoke from grass fires in the next county.
It's going to be a long hot summer..
xo
PEA said…
Those are awesome pictures of the sky, such unusual cloud formations in that last one!!

Yesssss, my mystery flowers are Verbena! lol As soon as you mentioned those, I remembered that's what they are called...thank you so much in helping me out:-) xoxo
PAT said…
J calls the rainbow effect a sun dog and says they are a sign of a change in weather.

I love the UFO clouds!

Pat
MarmiteToasty said…
oh my goodness, what great photos, I LOVE the first one with the pastel colours.....

you must have a good camera....

x
Kelly - PTT said…
I love funky clouds. I saw a few yesterday, but didn't have a camera (OH NO!!)

I see one now too, but it's nearly dark and I've decided I'd rather look at it, than dig for my camera;;))
Kila said…
I have some bird photos for you.

Hope you had a good weekend!
M@ said…
What's with all of the "invasion" posts?
little wanderer said…
I love the sky, but think I would run from that last photo!
Gwen said…
Hi Pamela.
great shots of the cloud formation,
thanks for your visit,and I'm sorry
I made your head ache.
Stay well Pamela see ya
Gwen said…
Hi
I'm back it's late here,and it was
Janice I gave the head ache to with
all those questions so I will send the asprin to her.
I think I may have just confused you a little.
Walker said…
Very Weird! Love those pix. They are SO VERY Close Encounters
Karina said…
Strange possibly, magical definitely! Great pictures.
kailani said…
That last one looks a little freaky. I've never seen cloud formations like that before.
Hayden said…
Marvelous! Adore the last. Explodes the imagination..... Do I sense a new mythology being written even now?
Rurality said…
I agree with the previous commenters - it's a Sun Dog! We mostly see them only in winter here. I get so excited over them that it's silly. :)
And some 1600 miles away, I was caught in a hailstorm.

Love those sundogs!
jettied said…
Those are neat pictures!!
and the clouds look like they are hidding something!!
Tammy said…
I just think they're beautiful..I didn't think "weird" though like everyone else...the last one just looks pretty and shimmery to me!

We had lots of clouds the past few mornings and now we're headed for a week of sunshine!
What about you, my East Washington friend? :)
Robocop said…
Nice pics. Sorry I have been absent, but things have been busy.
ablondeblogger said…
According to fellow guests at the hotel I was in last week, there was a double rainbow in the sky in Richmond, VA. Wish I would've seen it.
Debs said…
Very cool pics.

:)
dawn said…
Wonderful sky photos, and so funny, I just put up my post for today and did a series of sky photos from today, because it kept changing. That last one of yours is really cool.
Molly said…
The rainbow arc does look like a Sun Dog, which must be the same as a Circum Horizontal Arc. These may be relatively common but seen only when the sun is 22 degrees in the sky so people tend to miss them.

Great sky photography, Pamela.
Kaytabug said…
Those are spectacular photos!! Even better that they were not photoshopped!

Absolutely amazing photos!! :)
wendster said…
those ufo cloaking devices these days .... they're pretty dang good.

Wish they would put some scrolling art work on them though, like the blimps do when they fly over.

Great childhood memory. Love those blimps.

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