Those are amazing cloud formations. Have a great weekend
majestical! i dont think theres a word like that but i cant think of any to describe these photos.
Oh, gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! Have you ever heard of the Cloud Appreciation Society? They have a photo gallery, and some of your photos would be perfect for it!Cloud Appreciation Society
I've never seen anything quite like this. It's fabulous!
These are incredible, Sarah! How gorgeous! Stunning, dramatic colors! Isn't it exciting to be able to capture something like this? Great job! Happy SWF! Have a fun weekend!Sylvia
Awesome !I've never seen clouds so undulating, they are just incredible.Great shots Sarah !!
whoa! the most amazing formations.www.ewok1993.wordpress.com
Oh wow this makes me have a goosebumps. Pretty amazing!! SWF~Sunset
Wow, I have a feeling that they were headed my way.Great photographs.
WOW! incredible cloud formation
I don't believe I have EVER seen better captures of the sky. You MUST enter these in the anniversary slide show next week. Incredible work.
wow, those clouds are magnificent!
We get those occasionally out here in Colorado, but I have never seen a formation as large as that, and you captured it perfectly. This is the best SWF post I've seen this week.
Amazing shots. Almost apocalyptic.Sydney - City and Suburbs
WOW Sarah! Those are absolutely amazing clouds! You sure do get some interesting formations in Okieland. Lots of good SWFs, but yours is the Best!
Magnificent images! Spectacular formationa and color in your sky!
What fantastic shots! So glad you were there to capture them and show them to all of us!
Awesome and strangely scary.
I've only ever seen those in person once but its a sky you dont soon forget
I am a big sky watch person on this blog as well standing and looking at them. I have never seen sights like this. Truly breathtaking.
Sarah, the color is amazing and the clouds are just gorgeous!
Jeepers! I've never seen cloud formations like these. Amazing shots!Joyce M
These are beautiful. How I miss clouds like this.
After my meteorology class in college, I am always frightened when I see clouds like that--they usually mean severe weather is on the way. Beautiful photo!
Good grief! I've never seen clouds like those before. That would totally freak me out.By the way, I finally saw the film you recommended a while back, Hachi and even did a post about it. It was fabulous! I loved it. Thank you for letting us know.
Wow Sarah, those are some amazing clouds... and you even know the names of them now! :-) I've been wanting to do some preliminary study of clouds, since we do get some pretty fantastic formations out here on the plains... need to squeeze that study time in somewhere... OWWWW! yeah, time is that hard to find these days, it hurts!Hope all is well... I see you are on redbubble too... I'll have to look you up. Made my first sale on redbubble a month ago, been there since last summer. The sale has given me some motivation, as it was a bigger sale than I've ever managed on Zazzle. I just told another blogger friend about Powder Room Graffiti, and referred her to you since you've done some writing there... Sara of Red Pine Mountain is an excellent writer and I think she might do well there also!Hope you are having a wonderful summer!!! :-)
Hey, btw, is this the new camera at work???
Indeed it is!
wow are you serious...you can't get any better than that!!!
You are the queen of Mammatous clouds.
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