Tuesday, July 21, 2009

catch!

far away to the west, the clouds are playing catch.

throwing little clouds way up in the air!

19 comments:

ellen abbott said...

The clouds have been incredible the last few days in my neck of the woods. Mountains on the horizon.

Bonnie, Original Heart Studio said...

Fantastic! I see it. I'm smiling.

willow said...

Oh, look! They are! And is the big one a fox or a dog?

Dan Gurney said...

Steven, you've got really interesting skies where you live. Here in coastal California, the sky is often empty of clouds, especially in the summer and early fall. We do get gray overcast and fallen clouds (fog) near the coast. We don't often see dramatic cumulus clouds as you do.

steven said...

hi ellen, i have never seen real mountains. well i saw the foothills of the rockies from a plane when i landed in denver once, and i've seen the "mountains" of england and scotland wales and canada's east coast but not real mountains. i think it would be amazing to see them - especially everyday! thanks for visiting . . . have a peaceful evening. steven

steven said...

i laughed when i saw it myself bonnie! you never know what you'll see when you look into the sky. steven

steven said...

hi willow . . . mmm hmmmm. well i think they're both dogs but the big one does look like a fox and the little one does look more like a rabbit and maybe this isn't quite as cute as i thought . . . or maybe they're just both dogs!!!! have a lovely evening. steven

steven said...

hi dan, the skies are forever changing and i spend a lot of summer time and autumn looking at them. weather blows from the west usually and works in big circles so there's usually lots of time to see cloud formations develop, arrive, reform, leave or better yet - to converge and then it is really lovely!!!!
i love fog - especially coastal fog.
have a lovely evening. steven

ellen abbott said...

Hey Steven. Well, I meant that the clouds here are like mountains on the horizon. No real mountains here, I live on the coastal plain of Texas. Flat, flat.

steven said...

ahhh dear me ellen, i laughed when i read that!!! sorry - i didn't read your profile and so i assumed you were somewhere wayyy out west!!! i bet that if you stood on a step-ladder you still couldn't see the rockies from where you are!! there are hills in texas though aren't there. i think one of my other readers from texas (lizzie frizzfrock) had some pics of hills in her most recent entry. see you soon. steven

leks said...

Hi,the strangest thing happend minute ago,I was surching for miniscule,lolipop and from nothing I heard a sound of a old film with roaring lions or something simular.Crazy! And than I have seen how much of your postings are like mine,and P.Gabriel,L.Anderson,Myster.Explor.of Jasper Morelo,Gurdjieff-de Hartman,unbelievable.You have a gold mine here,juwels of all sorts,wouw,I shell returne for more.See ya.

steven said...

strange. i'm seeing lots of posts from reya, willow, delwyn, and sandra and many others using the idea of synchroncity - lots of it is there right there. enjoy it all for all the jewels and treaurt isn't mine! it's everyone's!! see you soon. steven

Delwyn said...

It's a ball coming down into a catcher's mitt...

Clouds are like rorschach blots aren't they...we can all project our deep inner machinations and Dr Steven can process them for us...

Happy days

steven said...

hi delwyn, it is a catcher's mitt as well yes. clouds are like a rorschach test onto which we project whatever we need. i've watched some incredible cloud shows through the course of today - none of them would have made sense to another soul but they did to me. so i think their might be a place for a cloud book. it could be the equivalent of a pillow book - write down what you see!!! it might tell as much about our inside lives as our dreams!!
have a peaceful lovely day. steven

Amelia said...

steven...can I ride the clouds with you today? I don't like it down here very much. :(

Delwyn said...

It will - it doesn't matter if the carrier is the ink blot or the cloud or the empty chair, or when I counselled the symbols in the sandtray...anything can be useful to project onto and be used for gaining greater self understanding...

Happy days

steven said...

hi amelia . . . there's so much loveliness around us that giving a moment's attention to them can transport you away from almost any worry. it's healthy, happy-making and reminds us of the tremendous riches and fortune that we so often take for granted or simply overlook in the daily rush or more commonly by being focussed on our challenges. some of the healing that can take place in a person begins by learning to love nature. have a peaceful day. steven

Amelia said...

Thank you, Steven. Thank you. (tears)

steven said...

the clouds remind me as i look at these images of when my children were small and i would throw them (gently!) into the air and catch them. they would wriggle and squeal with the excitement of it!!! have a peaceful evening. steven