Window Art

For noen dager siden opplevde vi litt uvanlige skyformasjoner og da lot jeg vårt stuevindu fungere som en ramme rundt naturens kunstverk. Hvem trenger malerier på vegge i en sådan stund? Bildet er ikke beskåret i høyde. Det blir derfor nødvendig å ‘scrolle’ litt for å
få med seg det hele, men dette ble jo nesten et ‘maleri’ i seg selv?

A few days ago we had some peculiar cloud formations, and I used the opportunity to let our living-room window be framing this piece of ‘Natures Art’.  Who needs a wall paintings
under such conditions? Please note that this picture has not been re-sized when it comes to height. You will therefore be needing to scroll a bit to take it all in!

(Compliments of SRB)
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5 Responses to Window Art

  1. utesmile says:

    Lovely art outside your window, looks great with your orchids!

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Amazing shot! The sky reveals many moods from dramatic and perhaps ominous to serene at the top of your photo.

    • Seenorway says:

      Yes, thank you, but many seem to overlook that clouds come in layers from 300 feet to
      more than 30 000 feet and that they may go in different directions and at different levels
      at the same time? ‘Weather’ was never an exact science!

  3. Nice that you are also a fan of orchids.<3 Lovely, dramatic photo!

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