Monday, January 18, 2010

Sky is a piece of paper

The blue sky this morning was drawn with white lines by some jet planes which started to disperse after some times, and disappeared very soon. These were not clouds, but I could see some resemblances between them. They changed in form within minutes.

We can draw, and the sky is the piece of paper.

Why not?

This little butterfly came in sight. It thought the same but left behind invisible colours.

23 comments:

Pacey said...

Sky is the limit rain...gives us limitless delights too.

George said...

I like the idea of the sky as a piece of paper. There are limitless possibilities in the writings we see every day

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful shots !!

Icy BC said...

That's on clear blue sky you have there! Mine is gray!

Diane AZ said...

Just imagine what the sky would look like if flying insects and birds did leave visible trails!

betchai said...

indeed, sky is a piece of paper where there are unbound opportunities for nature to draw and paint. I love looking at the sky, it is free :)

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Rainfield, you leave us with the perfect message. The sky as our piece of paper in which it creates daily beauty for us all.

Kirigalpoththa said...

That shot of butterfly..is it intentional?

Ratty said...

The butterfly may have left invisible colors, but it left a huge impression.

Changli said...

very interesting!

Bangchik said...

Sky is a piece of blue paper (not A4 size, lot bigger than that)... Nature keeps drawing with coloured pencil, and erasing.... The artwork is a continuity!... ~bangchik

Misalyn said...

I may say that the sky is not just a piece of paper, it is a beautiful canvas too.

rainfield61 said...

Pacey: I know, but not always. I maybe forgetful.
Sky is the limit.

George: Nothing is impossible up there.

Unseen Rajasthan: Nice to meet you.

Icy BC: Your is gray, and must be filled with snow.
Whom do you consider is luckier?

Diane: Then we won't be able to see the blue skies anymore. Am I right?

betchai: But we always ignore most of the thing that are free.

Poetic Shutterbug: I have not known I have left you with a perfect message. I just wrote what I was thinking about.

Kirigalpoththa: Yes. It is intentional, and this is the only presentable one out of so many.

Ratty: Invisible colours vs huge impression, I like the later.

Changli: Thank you.

Bangchik: Sky is a multiple of A4. What is the eraser?

Misalyn: You have it, and the imagination can go further.
I am like talking to my little kid. This is kid's talk. LOL.

Cheryl said...

A fascinting and intriguing post. Lovely to think of the sky as a piece of paper as well. We all can be artists!

Life Ramblings said...

I love watching the sky as much as i love watching the sea. It gives me a sense of serenity.

SquirrelQueen said...

A giant piece of paper. Sometimes blue and sometimes gray. My big blue sky was filled with giant cotton balls today.

fufu said...

yeah i love sky in blue but not gray one i am having now in frankfurt! almost all cloudy days here in this winter ><

maricar said...

if only i can borrow your "piece of paper" rain... it's raining here, cold and gray.. :(

thanks for sharing, beautiful blue sky shots

Mei Teng said...

The sky is like a piece of canvas! :)

rainfield61 said...

Cheryl: We all can be artists when our imagination starts....

Life Ramblings: Then the sky is a piece of cloth to wipe away sadness.

SquirrelQueen:You have then painted the sky with giant cotton balls. You did it.

fufu: But you have a sunshine day in your heart.

maricar: There is no rental fees, just take it anytime you wish.

Mei Teng: Yes. You are right.

Autumn Belle said...

Whenever I see this trail of 'clouds' left behind by a jet, I always remember that defining moment during my childhood when I first saw it in my village sky and asked my grandma what it was. I tried to capture it many times, but I guess my camera or skill is not good enough.

VanillaSeven said...

So poetic.. never get bored to see a blue blue sky :)

Ayie said...

i get you...it's like a slate.