Skies of November #4


Saturday 06 December, 2014 by Uncle Spike

This is the fourth and final post in my short series about the sky scenery we witness here every November. Now that we have moved into December, the skies are perhaps less dramatic, often greyer, but still spectacular on occasion.
These were posts onetwo, and three.
On most days in November we had crisp, clear skies, a lower winter sun and some dramatic cloud formations. With this combination the skies really perform, really showed off for the camera.
I could go on and on posting these type of sky images, but for now, I hope you enjoyed this brief introduction to my part of the world.














9 thoughts on “Skies of November #4

  1. LB says:

    “Sky scenery” – perfect term! Beautiful photos 🙂

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  2. The way the skies change seasonally are incredible. Very nice ….😎

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  3. Gill McGrath says:

    These photos are sensational ( and so are the skies)

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  4. beautiful skys:) Greetings Wanda

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  5. I particularly love the deep pink clouds in the third picture.


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