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Friday, October 25, 2013

Skywatching at a Virginia river mouth

Historic Yorktown, Virginia, built as a British colony, is near the mouth of the York River. As anyone who has ever lived where a river meets the sea will know, skies can change from moment to moment. I took these first photos shortly after I parked my rental car.




Clouds came and went, and came again.



These photos were taken a short while later.

Kay Davies photos, September 2013
As I was ready to continue on my way, the blue of the sky was moving in.

Posted for  Sky Watch Friday

6 comments:

Janice Adcock said...

Great account of the skies where you were!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

That is the one thing I so adore about Tofino - the skies change constantly, always dramatic, always transforming. Beach weather is dramatic and spectacular. Sigh. Take me home, country roads! SOON!

Alices Wonderland said...

I love the shot of the boat!!

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

Great shots! Love the ones you took near the Waterman's Museum (a place I've never visited even though I pass by it several times a week).

Mara said...

Great skies! Nothing like the one I am seeing right now: grey, interspersed with a different grey and then a bit more grey added in for effect! Just waiting for the rain now!

Powell River Books said...

I love walking around boat yards and docks. Maybe that is one reason I'm drawn to coastal communities. - Margy