I live at the edge of the beautiful Texas Hill Country "they" say once used to be an ocean. I have to believe it was because I have found rocks out there with little fish fossils and petrified shells embedded in them. In the early spring when the cold fronts from the North keep clashing with the warm Gulf fronts from the South it produces spectacular colors in the sky from our deck. They only last briefly when the sun is in just the right position and I sometimes run to get my camera so I can keep the fantastic view to enjoy later. Below are the reasons why I keep pointing the lens to the hills...sometimes in early morning...sometimes in late evening.
This sky I took on a very windy day when the clouds in a brilliant sunny blue sky were whipped into looking like little popcorn clouds. I still like to look for images in the clouds and I found a number of whimsical "faces" in this shot when I set it as my desktop image. That is where I keep the memorys of the beauty of my own personal ever changing colorful sky. Never are two exactly alike and I love that unique aspect.