Friday, March 6, 2009

SkyWatch Friday 4: Desert Sky of New Mexico


It was fourth day of our photo tour in New Mexico last November.  The previous three days, the sky was brilliant blue.  We almost came to believe that was how the sky always looks like in New Mexico.  We had a light snow in the morning of the fourth day.  Then the sky showed us this amazing clouds formation.  This picture was taken when we were on our way from Taos to Abiquiu, home of Georgia O'Keeffe.

9 comments:

Carol said...

This is a beautiful photo...with such a dramatic sky...

uncleawang said...

I tell you..this is great dramatic sky.

Louise said...

This isn't too far from where I live. Those brilliant blue skies are here 310 days a year. But when they are gone, the clouds usually put on a great show.

Excellent captures!!

vincibene said...

WOW! Fantastic dramatic sky!

Dreamybee said...

Love your NM photos! Did you get a thunder and lightening show while you were there? They are something to see!

Lene said...

In the summertime - when I go to the beach - I prefer a totally bly sky. But a cloudy sky is just the most beautiful to photograph! Great shot :)

Happy weekend to the bothe of you :)

Greetings from Norway :)

Greg Dimitriadis said...

Very interesting photo. I didn't think there could be so many clouds in the sky above a desert!

Arija said...

Looks like the sky is about to fall on you! Great shot.

Light and Voices said...

Georgia O'Keeffe had these clouds to look at daily. New Mexico is the Land of Enchantment....now we all know why. Your photo is enchanting!
Joyce

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