Occasionally the sky does something that makes me run to get my camera. I took the last two yesterday morning. Yesterday I had to get up at sunrise to go to the doctor to have some blood taken for analysis. Not because I'm ill, but because I'm healthy. It's been almost 20 years since I had any blood and urine analysis, so I thought it would be a good idea to get a "healthy" datapoint on my medical chart from my 30th year.
This was prettier to the naked eye than what the camera captured.
I'm pretty sure that the clouds on the right really are higher than those on the left. It's not just perspective. They also seem to follow the line from the rays of the sun. Bizarre.
Last Saturday, there were three or four of these little fluffy pairs of clouds, one above the other.
This one seems to be leaking. It was really windy, so I have to wonder of this is some kind of erosion. What's not clear is why the wind wouldn't just blow the whole cloud.
It reminds me of an accretion disk.
This was the sunrise yesterday.
The morning sun reflected off some apartment buildings in Laredo.