Posted by: gardner310 | January 10, 2013

A Word A Week Challenge-Clouds












It’s taken me a week just to get organized to put these clouds in a post. I’ve been enjoying reading Sue’s posts and the wonderful photos from all the bloggers. Thanks for keeping me entertained. See Sue’s blog for more great photos.

These photos include clouds from Cambodia at Angkor Wat, St. John’s in the Caribbean, mountains of Alaska and the fiery skies of Rouen, France. I’m a sucker for reflections and clouds are sometimes the perfect subject.


  1. Reblogged this on A Word in Your Ear and commented:
    Another lovely entry from livng in an inside cabin in response to the A WORD A WEEK CHALLENGE – CLOUD – the reflections of clouds shots are wonderful

  2. Gorgeous entries!! =)

  3. You have photographed some beautiful clouds.


  4. Love the first photo…beautiful…:)

  5. These are some of the most beautiful cloud reflections I have seen

  6. all photos are so beautiful..

  7. Beautiful photos. Very impressive!

  8. nice view! especially I liked the first one where the clouds are so clearly seen from the water!

  9. Amazing reflections, these are a beautiful set of cloud pictures every one is a gem. I look forward to cruising around to more destinations with you

  10. Amazing…

  11. Stunning collection.

  12. Gosh what a wonderful collection, I hope you had as much pleasure out of getting the collection together as I did in seeing them. The reflections in some of your photographs are so stunning. Thank you for putting them up.

    • Thanks gerty. Reflections have become a quest for me as I learn photography. You never see the same thing twice. Happy you enjoyed them

  13. Take my breath away! I love me some good clouds…..thank you!!!

  14. Like a blanket over the earth, beautiful.

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