Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Cotton Candy Sky

     We have been having a heat wave in Illinois the past several days. Last night, a storm rolled in and things got dark, wet and ugly for a while. After that...

We shall find peace.
We shall hear angels,
we shall see the sky sparkling with diamonds.
Anton Chekhov

I am joining Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer
for Outdoor Wednesday.
Please stop and say hello to our hostess!


The Fajdich Times said...

I saw that sky last night......but still went for a walk. Got a little rained on, but it felt good. Your pictures are awsome:)

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Great shots !!

Lynn said...

Neat pics Sue, it's just beautiful:@)

Barbara F. said...

Beautiful photos, Sue. The quote is lovely. xo,

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Great shots, Sue. Love sky pictures.

Tricia said...

What incredible photos! Just gorgeous!

Patrice said...

Such lovely colors...we could really use some rain!

Deanna Rabe - Creekside Cottage Blog said...

Oh, glorious photos!

I am a big sunset lover!


Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Oh what beautiful photos! Lovely clouds.

Maria said...

These photos are just GORGEOUS, Sue!
Isn't it amazing when we are looking upward at just the right time! A few moments later and that beautiful sky vanishes into gray.
I love these divine appointments!

You should post this for Sky Watch Friday!
It starts tomorrow at 2:30

I hope you are having a lovely summer with lots of sweet moments~

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Love the cotton candy sky shots, Sue.

I just saw your previous post. I have to switch back and forth with IE and Firefox also. Interesting dilemma to say the least!

Jenny said...

This is beautiful Miss Sue!

Rettabug said...

Oh My...that SKY!! Wonderful captures of God's handiwork, Sue.

I also enjoyed reading about your trip to cash in your coins. Very informative.

I hope you do try the warm potato salad, even without the garlic. I'm sure you'll like it.


Monica h said...

What a beautiful sky. I've always said that it's clouds that make a sunset.