Cloud Appreciation Society Newsletter.

As ever a pleasure to pass on the Cloud Appreciation Society Newsletter.  Now I have to just think of the best reason for them to visit Salton City on that US trip!

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Cloud Appreciation Society

I am happy as always to read and pass along the Cloud Appreciation Society newsletter. I think I’m going to treat myself to a solar can camera!

Cloud Appreciation Society

It’s my pleasure as always to reblog the Cloud Appreciation Society newsletter.  They have some great gifts for the cloudlover on your holiday giving list.  The skyscape at the top of the newsletter is reminiscent of one we saw at the Scottsdale Art Fest last weekend on the Saturday afternoon.

Cloud Appreciation Society

It’s always my pleasure to pass along the occasional Cloud Appreciation Society Newsletter.

From the last newsletter, I was interested in the cd ‘Namer of Clouds‘ by Kitty McFarlane, which I ordered and was very happy with and recommend.

 

CAS newsletter – and music!

I love to forward the Cloud Appreciation Society’s newsletter.  This time there is a very interesting item about a song written about Luke Howard who is the man who classified the clouds.  You can hear a couple of these through the link, on youtube. I have the CD on order!

Paintings in their forever home #3

I’ll often do two commissions so the client can choose which might work.
This is the first time that both did – and the client had the space for both.
It ended up being a great little grouping in this Sunnyvale home.  The two top ones are the new additions to the collection.  Both have poetry in them too!

Mixed media painting collection

And the collector is also a Cloud Appreciation Society member, like me!

CAS newsletter

I always enjoy reading and passing along the Cloud Appreciation Society newsletter.  I especially liked the article about harvesting for.  It is unusually humid in the desert this month – usually the humidity doesn’t start until August, but we’ve already had a month when the A/C has been harvesting humidity in the house and pumping it outside to a dish from which the local rabbits enjoy drinking.