By the time I got outside to snap a photo of this cloud, it changed from its original representation of a nerve synapse. The gap between the two aerial nerves collapsed to yield the elongated shape with corrugations in its midsection. It became an amorphous space ship looking for a place to land.
This was the only cloud in the sky today.
Today’s warmup exercise: Clouds. At last! Something I have always wanted to master. I’m counting on the book from which I am learning, the Tate Watercolor Manual,* to show me how. Since the full title of my go-to book of today invokes the great masters, for this lesson they chose one whose sky-work is unsurpassed: […]