Sunday, 13 May 2018

Cloud Watching


I  burnt my face yesterday.
Cloud watching in buttercup filled field overlooking the sea at Beaumaris .
I haven't cloud watched for an absolute  age.

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  1. I hope I am never too old and jaded to cloud watch. And a buttercup filled field sounds like an amazing bonus.

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  2. Oh John so very sad about Sue in Suffolk's Col.

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    1. Yes I hope our best wishes help justa little

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  3. I could do with some cloud watching. No clouds today, just grey.

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  4. Makes a change from burning your arse with bleach, I suppose.

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  5. I have only just heard something about Sue, but I am not sure what I understand about it.

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  6. "It's cloud illusions I recall
    I really don't know clouds at all"

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  7. 'Tis a whimsy I often enjoy... but no buttercups still dry as chips here in North East Victoria Australia.

    We came home to a new lamb in the paddock with her mum Ava... a few days early, might call her Buttercup :)

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  8. A favourite activity as a child...um...I guess I haven't grown up yet.

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  9. What a wonderful way to watch the day,

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  10. Ah happy times spent in Beaumaris when my mum lived nearby, love, love love fields full of buttercups.

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  11. It was something I did rather a lot of as a child. Lying on one side of the wind sheltering privet hedge, daffodils blooming madly on the other side, watching the clouds, feeling the warmth of the sun, dreaming, imagining, then drowsy. I could not have imagined my life as it has turned out.

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  12. Buttercups! Lots here in SW France. Not much sunburn though. Weather too wintry. Got my husband's thermal long johns on today!

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  13. Nothing like a nice day! I want to hear your thoughts on Eurovision!

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  14. I bore all my friends with the photos of clouds that I take while spending quality time, outside cloud watching :)

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    1. For example :
      https://78.media.tumblr.com/547d726d83e41229f02bcaedeb1b5c8c/tumblr_p8m9etp5gh1qgju3co1_500.jpg

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  15. It was finally a beautiful day here yesterday. I burnt my nose sitting out on a deck with a friend enjoying the sun and a good chat.

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  16. I wonder what they think of us.

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  17. You are a lovely man, John Gray.

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  18. Hope it is a relatively pain free burn!

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  19. I would like to cloud-watch with you John. I really would! You would point them out and describe them beautifully.
    Greetings Maria x

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    1. My thought are with Sue in Suffolk xx

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  20. No clouds, or buttercups for that matter, just beautiful blue sky, 23C. Sunburn! Where is the sunscreen?!!

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  21. A wonderful thing to do.

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  23. At least you burned for a good reason.

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