Walking on the Clouds

cloud image #1 (c) Lynne Medsker

“A pessimist only sees the dark side of the clouds, and mopes;
a philosopher sees both sides and shrugs;
an optimist doesn’t see the clouds at all–
he’s walking on them.” ~ Levinson

Last weekend I was able to get outside and enjoy some beautiful spring weather as we worked on a home-improvement project. I couldn’t help but snap a few photos of the lovely blue skies and white, puffy clouds that graced the sky that morning.  (Yes, I had my small camera in my pocket…I told you I was a photo freak!)  As I was scrolling through and editing my photos from the weekend it dawned on me how many times I had taken photos of the clouds in the sky.  The more dramatic skies appealed to my shutter-bug nature, of course, but even the clear blue spring day pictured above was enough to pause me in my tracks.  I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorites with you today…along with a few quotes about clouds as well.

cloud image #2 (c) Lynne Medsker
cloud image #3 (c) Lynne Medsker

“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.” ~ Tagore

cloud image #4 (c) Lynne Medsker
cloud image #5 (c) Lynne Medsker

“Revelations are found in clouds” ~ King

cloud image #6 (infrared filter) (c) Lynne Medsker
cloud image #7 (c) Lynne Medsker

“There are no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds.” ~ Chesterton

cloud image #8 (c) Lynne Medsker

“You must not blame me if I do talk to the clouds.” ~ Thoreau

I know they say “keep your chin up” but be sure to keep your eyes up too, you never know what you just might see.

Silver linings,


6 thoughts on “Walking on the Clouds

  1. Lynne, I also love “looking up”!! You never know what amazing story is taking place. your photos are awesome.

    1. Hey Cat! No these are a collection of several year’s worth of cloud photos, the newest (at the top) was a few days before I got the new camera. Maybe I’ll catch some nice clouds this weekend!

    1. Thank you! That one brings back a wonderful memory of an early sunrise that I couldn’t resist taking photos of. I was totally late for an appointment but haven’t ever regretted taking the time to capture the beauty. 🙂

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