Monday, February 8, 2021

Blue Skies



 We hear that many if our Northern hemisphere friends may be living with cloudy grey skies at the moment.   These were our skies last night.

6 comments:

  1. Oh! What a lovely sky Poppy!x
    I'm not sure, but l think it's
    called a Mackerel sky..cos it
    looks like the scales on a mackerel's
    scales..

    Just gone ten over here, and the sun is
    out in ALL it's glory..though still very
    cold...Brrrrrr! :(.

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  2. Yes Poppy, a mackerel Sky will make a kitty hungry. I had some chilling yesterday but it was only 15 degrees and today it is only nine very bitter cold and we have another 10 days to look at a head. So I'm quite glad to see you're warm sky and enjoy your summer every minute.

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  3. Lovely clouds, Poppy! We've had a very grey, dull, depressing winter, though right now the sky is clear. The price we pay for that is the "polar vortex," though, so it's FREEZING!

    Take care and have a good week. :-)

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  4. awesum cloudz foto poppy Q !!!! we iz glad for cloud coverz rite now coz itz like 100 bee low zee roe heer ~~~~~~~~~~~~

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  5. That's what we call a mackeral sky (or a buttermilk sky, if you're Hoagy Carmichael). It often means unsettled weather coming. I hope it's different in New Zealand.

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