Sky High

The three lines of jet wash (one at the top; two at the bottom) make this a particularly interesting September sky, don’t you think?  It looks like someone was coloring inside the lines. :) 

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Author: nancybond

A writer, photographer, naturalist from small town Nova Scotia, Canada.

17 thoughts on “Sky High”

  1. That has got to be one of the coolest ever sky shots I’ve ever seen, Nancy. I can’t read music nor do I know what all those squiggles are called, but this looks almost like sheet music. You know? It’s a Musical Sky. Outstanding!

    A musical sky! I love it!

  2. I’d been away and missed a few of your posts: enjoyed the last splashes of flower colour, the lovely water reflection of fall leaves and gorgeous blue sky punctuated by airplanes – look like autumn is coming quickly. And Frost already! I’m still in denial – banana firmly planted – although it really needs to come out soon.

  3. Those clouds above the jet streams look whispy. Don’t you just love the word whispy? It sounds so light and airy like those clouds look.

  4. Thanks everyone, for your comments, as always. It was a beautiful sky today, and summer-like temperatures. Just about perfect. I just happened to go outside at the time those jets were passing over. Lucky. :)

  5. It looks like one of my daughter’s drawings – the ground on the bottom, some figures in the middle, and a line at the top for the clouds. The only thing missing is the round sun with the spiky rays coming out of it! :)

  6. I’ve just found your blog – thanks to your Blotanical nominations and how worthy Soliloquy is. Beautiful photos. An inspiration.

    I’m so glad you found my blog…and I hope you’ll return often. :)

  7. Yes, Nancy I agree too. Not very often you can get 3 lines of contrail. Do you remember last year when Lisa at Greenbow posted that lovely sunrise photo of a contrail in pink? I haven’t seen anything as unique until this one of yours!

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