Sunday, July 19, 2009

118/365 Unusual skies in July

Saturday's high temperature in central Indiana set a record. Usually in July, that would mean that we'd hit a new boiling point, but not this time. The temperature barely hit 70 degrees.

Huh? In July?

It was very unusual, but I heard very few people complaining. Being able to spend time outside without breaking a sweat was a nice treat.

And it also brought dramatic skies that caught my eye all afternoon and evening. I loved checking out the various layers of clouds, from light, wispy tendrils at upper altitudes, to rain-heavy masses closer to earth. Wonderful!

Camera: Canon PowerShot SD1000 at about 7:00 p.m.

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