It’s no secret that I take a lot of pictures— some more “serious” photographs but most probably qualify as snapshots. Recently I’ve noticed how many snaps I seem to take of clouds. It was never a conscious goal to document clouds, nor do I spend much time in real life looking up at the sky. But for some reason in all of my travels, I end up taking heaps of cloud pictures. Perhaps it’s all the time I spend seated by windows on planes and trains and driving around the countryside.
How about you? Do you find yourself unconsciously taking pictures around a (semi-)consistent theme?
Feeling rather minimal today after a stressful night. His majesty is sleeping in this morning while I’m out getting the paper.
Wondering what all of these cat portraits are about? It’s part of a daily project I’m undertaking this year. Read more about the project here.
So it’s hurricane season (or has been for weeks but has finally been picking up). And that means, among other things, potential for good storm clouds (perfect for watching and picture snapping). Having grown up with hurricanes, I actually look forward to the crazy storms. While I wait for this year’s batch of end-of-summer storms and ‘canes, here are a few of my favorite storm cloud pics from the recent past:
How about you guys? Do you like watching big storms?