meadows and approaching storms

A walk closer to home yesterday while the clouds came rolling in once more….

what is it that makes clouds look so fascinating and even a bit ominous?

but the meadow was still awash in color…

these two youngsters seemed to be enjoying the lush growth…

Uh oh… looks like I’ve been spotted…

a look at the clouds gathering over the hills before heading home. Today the skies are completely overcast, but it’s deliciously cool.

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25 thoughts on “meadows and approaching storms

  1. Looking at the blog with Trey. I don’t think there was a single photo he didn’t have something excited to say about. But the “baby deers” were his favorite!

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    • It might explain why I tend to stay pretty close to home. I do love this area for its beaches, mountains, trees and rivers and more. Something for every taste and mood.

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    • Thanks, my friend. I loved the fawns, too. When I first spotted them they were nursing, but mom moved into the brush when I pointed the camera. The clouds have cooled things down here to an unusual 60 during a day in July.

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    • Thanks Moriah! That pasture (actually a neglected lot on the far side of the highway) has been a great spot for dog romps and pics. They’ve talked of putting a Safeway there for as long as I’ve lived in this area (some 18 years now!) The last three shots (the fawns and distant hills) are from a hill above Coquille. Wish I had managed to put together a trip in your direction. The weather would have been perfect – at least it’s wonderfully cool down here.

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