Clouds rolling in the hills


Thursday 05 March, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Spring is here at last, or is it?

We have sun, warmth, cold, rain, clouds; you name it.

Won’t be long until the clouds disappear until the autumn, with hardly a cloud in sight from May till October. So for now, quite happily enjoying the scenery while it lasts, especially as it changes minute by minute as the clouds roll around the hillsides…










13 thoughts on “Clouds rolling in the hills

  1. What a beautiful sight!


  2. Gill McGrath says:

    Beautiful photos Spike. 🙂


  3. lulu says:

    I am so glad to be in a place where spring comes early!

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  4. rododovris says:

    Uncle Spike,here the same.
    We have high temperatures one day and after,a great huge rain!
    Mediterranean Spring it is!

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  5. I am not doubting your weather forecasting skills Spike but in 2102 went to Turkey in May and it rained and in 2014 I went to Turkey in September and it rained!


  6. Colleen says:

    Clouds can be so romantic ….especially when they form over mountain tops …just love it!

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