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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Tales from the field #18

We are having a cold winter, that’s for sure. At least, that’s how it feels.  A couple weeks ago at the Art on Main in La Quinta, there’s was no getting warm at all.  There is a coffee shop in the center of Old Town which is very good, but the line is always long there.  I didn’t want to leave my booth for such a length of time.  That’s when you need someone who is a real fan of your work and understands the problems of a freezing artist.

Delicious hot cocoa

A fan will tell you they love your work. A REAL fan will go stand in line for 15 minutes to fetch you a hot cocoa!

Monthly newsletter

Having been doing a lot of catch up (to where I should’ve been if I’d never gone) after returning, I forgot to put up a link to my Monthly Newsletter yesterday.  So now you’re back at the office/gotten over the hangover, you can read it.

Good morning

The upside of the return jetlag is being up in plenty of time for mornings like these.  I lost a little red in those clouds when I went to get the camera, but it’s still beautiful.

Sunrise across the Salton Sea

Dawn off my back porch – my favorite place.

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!

Sonnet Challenge #30

I wrote this one a few weeks ago while watching the Orionids meteor shower.  Next shower is December 13th.

Shooting stars

It’s in our hears to wish upon a star
that falls to earth, as if heaven had thrown
a penny in the fountain from afar,
thinking to make a wish all of its own.
Astronomers predict the meteors,
a stone’s throw from a passing comet’s tail.
Perhaps they wish upon them too, like us.
I wonder if they’re sad when wishes fail
to fall into their hands, and wonder why
the luck burned up with space’s Molotov
evaporating in the heat of sky,
leaving a streak for what we’re dreaming of.
Fall slow, fall fast, each shooting star a wish,
a hope, a joy, a heaven’s little kiss.

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.