These clouds are scattered deeply and widely. The feathery ones at the left seem to be very high up, while the puffy ones appear to be closer to the ground.
There was a lot going on in the sky when I took this picture. Placing it within a quasi-musical notation framework anchors it, in a way.
I’ve never seen this pattern in the sky. I have seen it before, however, on the beach. Receding water of the ocean often leaves this design on the shore. Perhaps the same action was taking place in the sky, with the wind assuming the role of the sea, and the cloudy mist playing the sand.
I translated this sky-scape into the realm of musical notation. I wonder what a puffy whole note would sound like.
I captured the top and bottom of a cloud bank. I love the intermediate tones of gray within the mass of clouds.
Today the sky was totally blue. Not a cloud in sight. The picture below is from several days ago. I have fond memories of clouds, which, if predictions are correct, should be abundant next week.
Keeping an eye out for oddly-shaped clouds during this time of quickly changing weather prepared me for catching the scene below. Even though the photo is not perfect (it was taken through a car window), it is still a dramatic picture.