Above a Cloudy Canopy

Whenever I travel, I always opt for the window seat so I can enjoy the scenery.  But for most of this flight over the U.S., thick clouds prevented me from seeing the terrain below.

Clouds and sun

So I decided to look at them instead of reading or snoozing.

Break in the clouds

Each time I looked, the pattern and thickness had changed.

Soft clouds
Cloudy canopy

Finally, it covered the land below.  And I remembered the line, I really don’t know clouds at all, from Joni Mitchell‘s song, Both Sides Now.

6 comments on “Above a Cloudy Canopy

  1. I always think it’s interesting how on cloudless days, I always end up above the clouds in a plane, when there was never really any to begin with.

  2. Mozes, you’re back!
    How are you?

    Yes, it is, isn’t it? After that experience, I now look forward to seeing clouds when I’m in a plane.

  3. Great! Looking forward to hearing more from you.
    Good luck with school as well.

  4. Nice, those clouds. Sometimes it’s just fun to dream, even when there isn’t that much to see out of the window.

  5. Thanks, Judith. Yes, dreaming is something I love to do as well.
    Thanks for dropping by.

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