In California, we rode up on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway (on a rotating tram car!) to Mt. San Jacinto State Park.
This photo was taken by my daughter who was in the window seat. All of the photos I took included an engine and/or part of the frame of the edge of the window. I think it looks like a dragon.
The last day to ride the gondola to the top. A view of snow at the end of summer.
A tree, mountains, Lake Minnewanka, and clouds of course.
And he complained when I stopped twice to take photos of clouds.
Felix the cat, wishing he could just get back to watching The Great British Baking Show.
On my way to do errands this morning I got sidetracked by clouds. Maybe tomorrow I'll take photos of something else, but I'm not making any promises.
I like this photo for the shadows on the ground and the many different colours of clouds. The dark clouds at the top look like you could reach up and grab a cotton-candyish piece from them.
I have finally done something about my obsession with clouds. I have joined the Cloud Appreciation Society. https://cloudappreciationsociety.org/
There are 804 members in Canada. (Or perhaps 805, because I'm not sure if I'm counted yet.)
No clouds today. Just a woman walking a dog. I like the pattern of the garden, the light and shadows, and the eagerness of the dog.
According to the Oxford Dictionary, a stook is "A group of sheaves of grain stood on end in a field." It sounds much more elegant than haystack.
On the trip back to Stratford there were cows to the left and cows to the right. I like how the black cow up front stands out from the rest of the herd. In this field very few of the cows noticed I was there but on the other side of the highway all of the cows were looking towards me.