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My Sky

3pm winter skies
view from the Rotunda
Tullie House
over western Carlisle skies

(I just noticed this is my 301st post,
I wouldn't have thought l had enough waffle inside me.
I was very wrong!)


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Comments

  1. Beautiful clouds - almost like cake icing thrown on a mirror. Stunning.

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  2. Hi,
    I'm doing a sort of blog crawl this morning.. from The Fifty Factor to She Writes to You.. I love your blog and the writing. Can't wait to read more.

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  3. Love the sun behind the clouds. Just catching up on your last couple of posts. Hope that fainting spell was not serious, and you were just proving how you would have fit in so well during the Victorian Era.

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  4. Thats amazing.......looks like lots of lips! Or perhaps I am anticipating ....!

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  5. Why do you have such picturesque clouds up in Cumbria and we just have one big gray mass of cloudy muck?

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  6. For me the clouds look like squished marshmallows - yummy :D

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  7. A hint of the sun up there, Sazzie. So that's where it has been hiding.

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  8. I think the clouds look like clotted cream! Although the image of icing on a mirror is cool!

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  9. Oh those are superb clouds, a sensational sky ...

    waffle? I would have thought pancakes ..;-)

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  10. That sky is much like how I feel. All stormy inside.

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  11. Congrats on breaking 300 barrier. Award yourself a well-earned glass of wine.

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  12. 301!! Wow, well done!

    Beautiful sky. Looks unreal. I like it wehen the sky behaves like that :).

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  13. Lovely cloud picture, Saz...I posted some on my blog this week, along with stormy Pacific waves..thanks to the weather we've been having!

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  14. This picture of the sky is so lovely. Absolutely stunning.

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  15. The sky looks cold. or maybe that's me. Have a good weekend, Saz
    ~rick

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  16. Don't stop posting such themes. I like to read blogs like that. Just add some pics :)

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  17. I can stare into the sky for hours watching the clouds go by.

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Take the weight of your feet, draw up a chair and pour yourself a cuppa. Leave your troubles at the door and together we shall ride out the storms.
I will walk a while in your shoes...

Saz x

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