My life has a superb cast but I can't figure out the plot.
~ Ashleigh Brilliant

Monday, July 9, 2007


I just love interesting clouds, so it follows that I also love to photograph interesting clouds! I took this one of a nearby thunderstorm from the deck last evening...

And as is so often the case, where seemingly unrelated events and topics blend into one another in serendipitous ways, last evening I also caught the final part of a wonderful PBS show called "Garden Insects." The film was made by an organic gardener named Chris Korrow. This morning I did a Good Search for his film company, Breathe Deep Productions. I had no luck finding it but I did find several references to Chris, including a link to a poem he'd written about clouds posted by The Cloud Appreciation Society! Who knew? Located in London, they boast more than 8,700 members (including one sky-gazing canine) and share some breathtaking cloud photos!
And now, in honor of clouds, and because I haven't shared any in a while, here are not one but two lovely quotes (and two more cloud photos from my archives)... :-)

The fear that was on me so long was gone,
and when thunder clouds appeared
I was always glad to see them,
for they came as relatives now to visit me.
~Black Elk

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


  1. Hey,
    This is Chris Korrow, that made Garden Insects.
    Just wanted to let you know that Breathe Deep Productions is a company that I am growing into. Right now my site is accessed through, the Breathe Deep part of the site will come along whith my next film.
    Peace & Blessings and thanks for the positive response to the film. C

  2. Stan ~ Thanks for taking the time to visit this post, I'm glad you found these clouds worth your trip!

    As for "Both Sides Now" being a great cloud-watching accompaniment -- Angel Hair and Feather Canyons! LOL! Great minds! :-)


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that animals and the natural world have value
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That nature is a commodity.
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