Sky Candy

We are lucky enough to see some beautiful sunsets off our balcony. I took these shots a few months ago and was struck by how the clouds resembled cotton candy.

The mountains are just right of center. I love seeing them with snow in the winter.

That tiny dot of white light is most likely a small aircraft.

The colors are fading here, but still some lovely shades of pink and lavender.

Great weekend, everyone!


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19 Responses to Sky Candy

  1. Didn’t get to see the sun since week. you’re lucky though.
    Beautiful pictures.

  2. Susan says:

    What a glorious view, and the clouds DO resemble cotton candy. Kate periodically captures fabulous sunsets in the Hill Country – and occasionally I try to capture sunset lit cloud reflections in the lake. Every sunset is different – and each sunset has its own personality, doesn’t it? Love that time of day !

    • They really do, Susan. I think the best one I ever saw was up in Laguna Beach–the sky was bright red with orange and yellow streaks. We were hoping it would happen again the next night, but no. They are unique, as you said.

  3. Caroline says:

    That’s quite a dramatic sky.

  4. So lovely, Carole!
    Here in NYC the winter sky is my favorite. The light is an amazing shade of salmon and it bathes the Chrysler Building in the most beautiful reflections.

  5. Lovely soothing images, Carole. I found your thought interesting as cotton candy clouds, interesting observation. Laguna Beach is not far from where I live in San Clemente. Have a great weekend with more beautiful sunsets, they are gorgeous at this time of the year.

  6. anroworld says:

    Wow, gorgeous sunsets and unbelievable colors!

  7. Beautifully written ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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