THE VOLLEYBALL NET at Crescent Beach was not being utilized so I tried to catch images of clouds between the threads throughout the week. Peeking through the netting, I was fishing for a good shot.
Clouds have many moods and their ever-changing formations add texture to a blank-blue canvas sky. Chasing clouds is as exhilarating as chasing rainbows in some circles. Check out Carver Cards and discover the joy of capturing an array of illusive clouds with a camera.
Shifting from dark and brooding to cotton ball fluff, every cloud eventually fades to give the sun its full glory.
Inspiring gloom as well as bliss, a cloud often contains rain within its ghostly mist and is as transient and hard to hold as emotions that drift in and out of our daily lives. There is no use in clinging to a cloud.
And it is perhaps also worth noting what Canadian songwriter/singer Sarah McLachlan once said: "Happiness is like a cloud, if you stare at it long enough, it evaporates." Sarah McLachlan
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