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Clouds

My friend and colleague Jenna Nigro alerted me to the fact (reported in The New York Times Magazine, July 23, 2017) that Elvis Presley, while driving some associates through Arizona, saw the face of Joseph Stalin in a cloud. That … Continue reading

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For Who Knows Where the Time Goes

This thin cloud above a heavy mass of clouds that adds a final range to the mountains that alternate with basins across Utah and Nevada, tickled my fancy. Clouds have distinct forms, as Luke Howard knew when he named them … Continue reading

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pisspooppatriots

Today began early as pink skies lured me out of bed. I brewed coffee and sat on the deck with a cup. Early morning light. Good hot bitter coffee. The day ahead. I left the house for a long walk … Continue reading

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Both Sides, Now

Joni Mitchell’s song “Both Sides, Now,” has haunted me since the first summer I worked as a roughneck in Eloy and Wickenburg Arizona. Cloud illusions, life’s illusions — she knows the other, real, troubled side and still, it is the illusions … Continue reading

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Der Himmel über Utah Valley

The evening began with an explosion of light. Hottest May 5th on record. The sun set, accompanied by cloud flourishes. This was the moment I knew it would be an evening of delight. Joy. Clouds blushed to the northeast. Visual … Continue reading

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Cloudy Morning

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Clouds

A sequence of photos taken yesterday give a sense for the changing sky.

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I’ve looked at clouds from both sides now

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Evening and Morning Skies, Woodland Hills

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