beam me up

Not the most spectacular crepuscular rays I’ve ever seen, but still nice. It was what I was seeing with my back to the rainbow the other day.IMG_7651

This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness.
Dalai Lama


34 thoughts on “beam me up

  1. The perfect day for me would be to lie in a meadow on a sunny day watching the cloud formations move by. It feels like getting a peek into heaven. Lovely Gunta. 🙂


  2. A lovely image Gunta and some impressive meteorological knowledge! As a photographer it’s good to know what type of weather is going to produce a particular set of conditions. Those ‘lucky’ shots don’t always have to be lucky if you keep an eye to the weather 😉


    • The photography and the blogging seems to be providing the incentive to learn more about weather conditions and clouds and such. What on earth did we ever do before Google???


    • Thanks, Gary. I’m assuming you referred to “crepuscular”? There’s lots of them around and I love to catch them in photos whenever I can…. I’m really getting into all these weather phenomena lately…. so far, my favorite is the lenticular clouds….. I have yet to catch an example in real life.
      I think you’re closer to the mountains where they tend to occur most frequently, so you might just be lucky enough to capture one. I believe they are supposed to forecast coming rain…


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