The morning skies have been alternately sunny and cloudy of late. This morning is the full cloud grey sky with drizzling rain at times but not when I took these photos. I was awoken by rain during the night so this scrolling song came to mind
It’s a steel blue/grey sky this morning
This is the view where the sun is sometimes on the tree tops hence a lighter sky from this view
The morning photos from my usual spot. A bit of light cloud in an otherwise blue sunny sky. I was wondering if these photos are becoming a bit boring as sometimes it seems that they photos seem the same each time, unless I am awake early enough to get a colourful sunrise.
Do you think I should change my direction for my photos from the small deck into something more interesting? While writing, this song came to mind. Renée Geyer was a most wonderful Australian singer. Unfortunately Renee died in January this year so please enjoy this song.
Light cloud drifting across the sky. The sun is still low among the trees
The sunshine filled Eucalypts are reaching for the clouds
This is a mixed bag again. I actually found some Weekend Sky photos from the 22nd January which I didn’t include in my last weekend sky post. These are the first two. The clouds cleared after a while to a hot day and storm in the afternoon.
Looking to the north, the blue skies were coming
Now to this mornings sky from the small deck. I was up late enough for the sun to be peeking above the horizon and trees. A bit of blue sky and wispy clouds
To the north, the clouds were drifting so I expect another hot sunny day is in the offering.
I went into the garden to see if there was anything else happening. This is the sky about three minutes later. I don’t know if it’s going to be a rainy day or a hot sunny one. All I know is that it is warm and humid already.
Last weekend the sky had a wonderful morning display. I just had to take those photos for Weekend Sky but didn’t post them. The morning sky also held a surprise as well.
21 January skies
It is hard to get the full effect of the sunrise with it’s blazing yellow sun
While to the north, the sun is just reaching the tops of the Eucalypts and our Moon was still shining bright. This photo is from the old little camera which is not being used for morning sky photos any more but still is the small pocket sized camera I will use for my emergency camera if out and about and my main cameras don’t function as I would like.
These are this mornings photos. I was awake about an hour after sunrise this morning. After wild storms over the past few days, the blue morning skies are back, heralding more hot days with afternoon storms.
The northern sky, the sun fully lighting the Eucalypts and a wisp of cloud
Here is the sky on the 26th at around 5pm just before the wild wind and rain arrived
I decided to do a review of the various days weather for 2022. All the photos are taken from the one spot and always in the morning.
But first, I had these ready for Hammad to post his Weekend Sky on the 19th but nothing happened and for once I was ready. So these are the last for 2022 from my photo spot. But first here’s is your song to listen to while you have a look at the difference in the weather in my mornings…….everywhere you go, always take the weather with you….
The clouds were too good not to capture
While on the northern side the sky was a clear beautiful blue
I had to get down to ground level
I have been using different sized photos to save space and I used three different media file folders so dates overlapped. This first slideshow is for the first part of the year Jan to Sept
April to December
Sometimes there were visitors
The King Parrot, I named Tiny, is always wanting to know what I am doing
A Pied Currawong flew in to check out what was happening on this part of the garden
It was an exciting morning when the Spangled Drongos returned to spend Spring as they usually do every year
I guess I can add it into Marshas Remembering 2022 with Hammad. And there were probably more look back challenges over the past week or so that I couldn’t bookmark, so think of your self included 🙂
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