Love the autumn skies…


Thursday 23 October, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Living in a rural area, we have basically zero pollution to be concerned with, and so the skies are often a source of joy at this time of year. For months on end we don’t even see a cloud, so come autumn, one tends to stand, sit, or lay down and marvel at the beauty above.
These are a few shots I took these past weeks.










9 thoughts on “Love the autumn skies…

  1. How strange I’d find that, not seeing a cloud for so much of the year. As you know, the UK is a place over which clouds enjoy assembling in great numbers much of the time. I love clouds, although prefer the white ones to the grey ones, and would miss them dearly were they to abandon my country.

    Lovely pictures.


  2. Gorgeous skies, Uncle Spike. This is the same in California comes fall season. If only rain could come…


  3. tonyarmitage says:

    Skyscapes always amaze me…


  4. […] response to Uncle Spike’s Autumn Skies – our late spring […]


  5. Ruth says:

    The first one is my favourite… 🙂

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