Look at this cloud!

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On November 18, 2019, as the sun was setting in South Fayette, I saw a neat-looking cloud in the skies above the township. The sky here was grey, purple and pink. The cloud appeared to be either pink or grey whenever I snapped this photo.

Yesterday afternoon, while the sun was setting in South Fayette, I saw a rather neat-looking cloud in the sky.  The cloud is mainly grey and pink … and, at the time, the sky was grey, pink and purple.  I hope you guys like seeing this cloud as much as I like showing it to you.

I see some lines inside of a golden sky!

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On October 18, 2019, while I was taking my evening walk, I saw a nice golden sky … and I also saw a few lines in the golden sky. The sky here is orange, pink and purple.

As you probably know already, the sun is starting to set before 5:30 in the afternoon … and I will begin to stop taking my evening walks for a while.  I’ll be doing that before this week is over, but I will try to walk during the day if I’m not too busy.

Now, back on October 18, 2019, while I was walking around National Hill, I saw a “golden sky” above the neighborhood.  The sky was orange, pink and purple.  I did see some nice-looking clouds while I saw the golden sky … and I also saw some lines in that golden sky.  It was probably one of the best things I ever saw.  I figured I would show you this since I won’t be taking too many more of my evening walks in 2019.  I’ll try to take more of my evening walks in 2020.

The clouds are all broken up here!

Last evening, at around 6:25, I took my 15-minute evening walk around National Hill … and, while I was taking my walk, I saw a lot of clouds in the skies above the neighborhood.  The sun looked like it was about to set as well.  Of course, the sun would set just minutes after I finished taking my walk.  After all, it is Autumn … and it’s starting to get dark earlier.

Well, anyway, I happened to notice that the clouds, which were mainly grey and dark grey, were broken up whenever I saw them.  I also saw a little “golden sky” while I was looking at the clouds.  I happened to snap a photo of those clouds while I took my walk … and you can see the photo below this post.

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On October 8, 2019, while I was taking my evening walk around National Hill, I saw these clouds in the skies above my neighborhood. The clouds here are mainly dark grey and grey. The sun looked like it was getting ready to set whenever I snapped this photo … and it did set just minutes after I snapped this photo. You can see a golden sky near the bottom of the photo.

Here are some more clouds for you to see!

While I was taking my evening walk around National Hill on October 3, 2019, I saw some rather unique-looking clouds in the skies above National Hill.  The clouds here were white, grey and dark grey … and I also saw a shiny hole in the dark grey clouds while I was walking late that afternoon.  I did see some “blue holes” in some of the clouds while I was walking that afternoon.  I also saw some “grey holes” in the clouds just before I finished taking my evening walk this past Thursday.

 

I was able to see some nice-looking clouds in the sky while I was taking my evening walk this past Thursday.  Now, since it’s starting to get dark earlier and earlier, I won’t be taking too many more of my evening walks this year, but I will do my best to take my evening walks in 2020.

Seeing clouds in my neighborhood

As you probably know, I like seeing some nice-looking clouds in the skies about both Cuddy and National Hill.  If the clouds look really neat, I will snap a photo or two, if I’m able to do so.

Now, from July 17th until August 28th, I was able to snap some photos of the clouds that were in the skies above the two tiny towns … and the clouds were white, grey and dark … and they sometimes had either “blue holes” or “grey holes” in the clouds.

I snapped a picture of the clouds that were in the skies on July 17th.  The clouds were white, dark and grey … and the clouds had “grey holes” and “blue holes” in them.

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I snapped five photos of the clouds that were in the skies on July 24th.  The clouds here were white, grey and dark grey … and I saw some “blue holes” in some of the clouds that day.

I snapped two photos of the clouds that were in the skies on July 30th.  The clouds here were white and grey … and I saw some “blue holes” in some of the clouds.  I also saw little grey clouds inside of the white clouds that day.

I snapped two photos of the clouds that were in the skies on July 31st.  The clouds were white and grey … and I saw some “grey holes” in the clouds that day.

I snapped two photos of the clouds that were in the skies on August 2nd.  The clouds were white, grey, dark grey and just dark.  I saw “grey holes” and “blue holes” in the clouds … and I saw a little dark cloud inside of a white cloud on that day.

I snapped three photos of the clouds that were in the skies on August 7th.  The clouds were white, grey, dark grey and dark.  I saw mainly “grey holes” in some of these clouds that day.

I snapped three photos of the clouds that were in the skies on August 8th.  The clouds were white, grey, dark grey and dark … and I saw some “blue holes” in some of the clouds on that day.

I snapped four photos of the clouds that were in the skies on August 28th.  The clouds were white, grey and dark grey.  I saw a lot of “blue holes” in the clouds on that day.

I hope you guys liked seeing the clouds that were in the skies above National Hill and Cuddy as much as I did.  I apologize if this post is somewhat long, but I wanted to show you the clouds that I saw over the Summer.  I was busy celebrating my blog’s fifth anniversary from late July until late August.  That’s why I wasn’t able to show you these clouds until today.  Thank you for your understanding.

I have some more pictures of the clouds!

Happy Fourth of July, my friends!  I’d like to talk about some of the clouds that I saw over the past several weeks or so.  Now, in May, I snapped two photos of the clouds while I was walking around National Hill one afternoon.  I zoomed in on the clouds so that you can see them clearly.

Now, on June 19, 2019, I snapped a photo of some clouds, which were in the skies above Cuddy and National Hill.  The clouds are mostly grey, but some clouds were white and some clouds were dark as well.

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On June 19, 2019, I snapped a photo of the clouds that were in the skies above National Hill and Cuddy. The clouds here are mostly grey, but there were also some white clouds and some dark clouds as well.

On June 25, 2019, I snapped two photos of the clouds that were in the skies above Cuddy and National Hill.  The clouds were white, dark and grey … and there may have been at least one “blue hole” inside of the clouds whenever I snapped the photos that day.

On June 28, 2019, I snapped five photos of some clouds.  After I left work that afternoon, I snapped two photos of the clouds that were in the skies above Collier Township … and, then, that evening, I snapped three photos of the clouds that were in the skies above National Hill while I was taking my walk.  In the five photos that I took that day, the clouds were white, dark and grey … and there may have been at least one “blue hole” in the clouds that day.

On July 2, 2019, I snapped five photos of the clouds that were in the skies above National Hill.  The clouds were mostly dark and grey, but I saw some white clouds in the skies while I was walking that evening.  I saw “blue holes” in some of the clouds … and I also saw “grey holes” in a few of the clouds as well.

Enjoy the 4th of July holiday, my friends!

In honor of my blog’s fifth year, I’d like to show you five blog posts that I wrote down on or around July 4th in previous years …
Joseph’s New Planner (July 5, 2018)
These clouds look interesting! (July 4, 2017)
Donating my old clothes (July 5, 2016)
Let’s Talk About A Past Blog Post: Am I a classy person? (July 6, 2015)
I’m pretending to ride on my quad! (July 2, 2015)

I saw more clouds and more blue holes recently!

Happy Easter, my friends!  Today, I’d like to talk about the clouds that I saw in the skies above both Cuddy and National Hill earlier this month … and I would like to talk about the “blue holes” that were in some of those clouds.

First, I’m going to show you photos that I took of some clouds and “blue holes” back on April 6th.  The clouds are white, dark and grey … and you may see a “blue hole” or two in some of these clouds.  I also zoomed in on some neat-looking clouds as well.  There may be a little cloud inside of the big clouds also.

On April 9th, I snapped more photos of the clouds that were in the skies above Cuddy and National Hill.  The clouds that I saw on that day were also white, grey and dark … and there were “blue holes” in these clouds as well.

I hope you guys liked looking at the clouds and the “blue holes” as much as I liked showing them to you.  Enjoy your Easter!

In honor of my blog’s fifth year, I’d like to show you five blog posts that I wrote down on our around April 21st in previous years …
An “ode” to a classy person named Jay (April 20, 2018)
Joseph’s Moment Of Peace: Our ceiling fan (April 20, 2017)
Let’s Talk About A Past Blog Post: Saying good-bye to my wisdom teeth (April 20, 2016)
I’d like to show you both a sunset and a sunrise today! (April 21, 2015)
Joseph’s Road To His 30th Birthday: Joseph’s 30th Year On Earth (April 24, 2016)

It’s another breathtaking sunset!

Spring is just six days away … and the days are starting to get a little bit longer.  It started to get dark after 7:00 in the evening again this past Sunday … and that means that the sun will be setting after I shut off my computer for the night.  I usually go to bed at different times between 8:20 and 9:00 at night … and it won’t be long before the sun will be able to set during those times.  I may be able to snap a photo of a terrific sunset before I go to sleep, if I see a good one.

The sunset that I’m going to show you today is from Sunday and I snapped it at around 7:30 on Sunday evening.  The sky is mostly grey … and the clouds are dark grey.  The sky, which is in the middle of the photo, is mainly orange.

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On March 10, 2019, I snapped a photo of a terrific sunset, which is seen in the skies above Cuddy. The sky is mostly grey … and the clouds are grey also. The sky in the middle of the photo is mainly orange.

In honor of my blog’s fifth year, I’d like to show you five blog posts that I wrote down on or around March 14th in previous years …
Joseph likes Route 837! (March 13, 2018)
Some of these top blog posts are full of snow! (March 14, 2017)
A “flashy” sunset (March 14, 2016)
I have a couple of random things that I would like to talk about today! (March 15, 2015)
My new Steelers jacket (March 17, 2017)

More clouds are ready for their close-ups!

Earlier this month, I was able to snap some more photos of the clouds that were in the skies above South Fayette.  On October 8th, while I was taking one of my last evening walks ever, I snapped photos of the clouds that were in the skies above Alpine Road in South Fayette.

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On October 8, 2018, while I was taking one of my final evening walks ever, I snapped this photo of the clouds, which were in the skies above Alpine Road in South Fayette. I zoomed in on those clouds while I was walking towards my home.

The next afternoon, while I was in my computer room, I snapped a photo of some clouds, which were located in the skies above Cuddy.  Some small clouds were inside of a big cloud whenever I snapped the photo.

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On October 9, 2018, while I was in my computer room, I snapped a photo of these clouds, which were in the skies above Cuddy. Some small clouds were inside of a big cloud while I snapped the photo. I zoomed in on those clouds.

As you probably know, I’m no longer taking my evening walks around National Hill, so the chances of me snapping photos of the clouds that appear above National Hill are slim.  Of course, if I’m able to see some nice-looking clouds at the locations that I go to regularly, I will do my best to snap a photo or two for you guys … and I might turn them into a blog post someday.

In honor of my blog’s fifth year, I’d like to show you five blog posts that I wrote down on or around October 29th in previous years …
Joseph’s 750th Blog Post (October 29, 2017)
What will Joseph talk about in November? (October 30, 2016)
My Halloween costume for 2015 (October 29, 2015)
It’s another blog about our red truck! (October 27, 2014)
Joseph’s Road To His 30th Birthday: Joseph’s Fifth Year On Earth (November 1, 2015)

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