It's been raining for the past few days, with heavy, solid-gray skies. Not a photo op anywhere to be seen, and who in their right mind wants to drown their camera? So, it was back into the archives for a more cheerful (and taken in the dry) photograph. Thanks to Dew Drop, our intrepid wanna-be storm chaser from Georgia, I've learned to be on the lookout for 'crepuscular rays' in the sky. I've seen them all my life, but didn't know what to call them until Dew told me. I caught these peeping over the roof of a friend's house a couple of month's ago.
Sky Watch was created by Dot and is now brought to you by our friends Imac, Klaus, Sandy and Tom. Visit the Sky Watch Friday home page anytime after 7:30 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time on Thursday (that's 1:30 p.m. Central Daylight Time here in the U.S. -- if you're in the U.S.A. you can figure it out from there.) You'll be amazed at all the wonderful photos from around the world. And, if you have time, it's nice to leave a comment on their blog site to let them know you enjoyed their Sky Watch photo.
Happy Sky Watching!