In Spring wind skims over sun-warmed snow, blowing and lifting moisture laden air sky high. A blue sky day can become cloud-ridden in hours. Alberta skies feature in images along the southward drive to Edmonton in Spring.
Listening to – Coldplay’s ‘Mylo Xyloto,’ ‘Hurts Like Heaven,’ and ‘In My Place.’
Quote to Inspire – “I’m very open to any visual conceits and any possibilities at my disposal to be better explain to people the ideas I’m exploring.” – Tim Hetherington
2 thoughts on “Snow – Warmed”
Fantastic … love them all … the clouds really grab your attention ….
Hey there, Mike …
Totally cool, this cloud stuff … clouds are always part of Alberta’s backdrop up here in the North; blue sky days will find clouds somewhere in the sky at some point. Clouds are one of those things you notice as a photographer – the matter of seeing what’s there, the beauty right in front of your nose. If you’re ever up this way, June is the month for tremendously huge cumulus clouds in northern Alberta.
Take care & thanks for looking in …. 😉