Friday, January 8, 2010

Pastel Oceans

Though this photo was taken two years ago with my lesser pixel camera, it is still one of my favorite cloud pictures, partly because of the pastel ocean colors, but mostly because of the sheer gorgeousness of the cloud formation. The beauty of this scene fills my eyes and heart with awe.

I have been away from my computer since Wednesday night. I came down with a terrible case of the stomach flu. I'm finally feeling a little better today--still running a fever with sore throat, but I'm on the mend.

Take care out there!


Woman in a Window said...

Stunning stunning moment that you captured here. Get better and fast.

Looking to the Stars said...

This is so stunning. Woman in a window used the same word but I can't think of any other word to describe it. It's breath taking.

So sorry you were ill, you take care little one. Sending you healing energy, lots of postive thoughts and prayers from the heart :)

Cedar ... said...

So sorry that those little beasties got you, Beth,... feel better today!

Clytie said...

Absolutely, yes, STUNNING cloud you found!

I'm glad you're feeling better - now save your energy and get even better!

Cloudhands said...

Awesome, glorious and stunning. It seems we are all feeling the same wonder at what you captured with your camera. I also want join the wish for your good health. Take care.

Angie Muresan said...

Get better quick now! It's absolutely horrible getting sick after the holidays are over and one needs all the energy possible to get through the rest of winter.

Is that photo taken on the Oregon coast? Such majesty in those clouds!

Nina P. said...

I agree the colors and the cloud formation!... Awesome, Inspirational.... It puts life in perspective... and is a calming force... I truly Love it and could sit here and stare at it all day.... May God Bless you with His Healing Power and Grace. Blessings to you and yours. Love and Light, Nina p

Anonymous said...

Oh no!

Well,I hope you don't get this Buckeye Cough. It hangs on for 3 or 4 weeks and is one of the wildest things I have had. I go back to the doctor tomorrow. I have no idea what she will do this time because I am some better but not cured yet.

I feel like a piece of touch boiling beef that people stick with their fork, and shove in their mouth and chew on for a while and then spit back on the place. And mom puts it back in the pot and the whole thing goes back on the stove to cook till it gets tender. I have cooked enough but sure ain't tender yet.

I hope you are feeling better sooner than later.

It is a pretty picture. Sometimes it is not the camera as much as the "thing" you chose to photograph. This is a very beautiful picture.

Dewdrop said...

What an amazing shot! Love the capture. Glad you're feeling better!

jeannette stgermain said...

Beautiful sky and water! Glad you kept that photograph!
Hope you feel totally better soon:)

Prospero said...

Awe for sure! I hope you're feeling better.