Photo of the Week 2015 – Week 30

Hard to believe we have reached week 30 and this week sees the beginning of August. Won’t be long until winter is here, so I suppose the truth is … Winter is Coming.

I love clouds, and the clouds yesterday were stunning. They really looked beautiful.

Quick question – Are you interested in buying a calendar again this year?

Thank you for everyone who has stuck by me whilst I have been away.

Photo of the Week 2015 Week 30

Photo of the Week 2015
Week 30

69 thoughts on “Photo of the Week 2015 – Week 30

  1. Hi Al, it’s great to have you back. I can’t believe how the weather has turned cold quickly and it’s been raining, it’s July and still summer as far as I am concerned. The nights seem to be getting darker earlier too. What’s going on with that? Before we know it, people will be talking about xmas. For now, I am focusing on summer. Although to be honest, I am indoors most of the time working on my Break Through The Barriers Of Redundancy Book – Currently reformatting for the printed version as some people are still not using a Kindle or the Ap and they want a book they can feel. At 391 pages for Kindle, I think it’s going to be almost double that in paperback. I think I should sell a mini suitcase to go with it as an add on sale ha!

      • Thanks Al. I think I will sell a lit more. When I did my research a lot of redundant workers wanted a printed book. I have copied and pasted it into a template section by section, buy have to number all pages and reformat bullet points and numbering. I love the feel of a ‘real’ physical book myself.

      • Thanks Al. I think I will sell a lit more. When I did my research a lot of redundant workers wanted a printed book. I have copied and pasted it into a template section by section, buy have to number all pages and reformat bullet points and numbering. I love the feel of a ‘real’ physical book myself. So excited.

  2. I’m trying NOT to think about how fast time is going…. daughter was 28 yesterday. It seems like she should still be about 5 😦
    Love the pic.. as always, your clouds are special! 😉

  3. Clouds are fascinating and sometimes intimidating. They can be extraordinarily beautiful and put humanity its place. My father says he used to draw pictures of clouds as a kid. It was sort of therapy for him growing up in the 1940s. Somewhere along the way, though, those drawings disappeared. More cloud pictures, Alastair!

  4. OH yes I love this so much! We are always looking up and I think that is wonderful! I see two eyes looking down on you! wow I love that A. ❤ ❥ ❣ ❦ ❧ ♡

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