Skies of November #3


Tuesday 02 December, 2014 by Uncle Spike

This is the third in my short series introducing you to the wonderful skies we see each November.
These were posts one and two.
So what’s been your favourite? I can never decide, but I tend to favour the more dramatic BIG cloud stuff; really showing off nature’s best assets.
I hope you enjoy them too.










6 thoughts on “Skies of November #3

  1. Madeline says:

    Number 2 is my favourite with the colours from the sun set, but all look really nice! Wish the weather was like that here… 😛

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  2. The first one. So similar to the clouds we also see in CA in November, charged with the hope of rain or at least cooler temperatures.

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  3. Too late, it’s December!


  4. AnnetteM says:

    I like some from each post! You could show us your three favourites and then give us some voting buttons – well that is if you have nothing else to do of course!!! (I used pollDaddy to do the questionnaire for the WordPress course – it was quite fun)

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