Friday, October 29, 2010

Skywatch Friday - Old Buttermilk Sky

Altostratus (mid-level) clouds.  We call this a buttermilk sky, or in England, a clabbered sky.  Old Buttermilk Sky is also an old song by the great Hoagy Carmichael, but of course you knew that.  If not, give it a listen HERE.


Everyday Goddess said... [Reply to comment]

I am partial to viewing beautiful clouds, excellent picture.

The Write Girl said... [Reply to comment]

This is a beautiful sky...thanks for the lovely expression. Great sky shot!

Jim said... [Reply to comment]

Terrific cloud-filled sky.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Yogi♪♪♪ said... [Reply to comment]

Well, now I know what a buttermilk sky is. Nice shot.

Purnima@a creative project said... [Reply to comment]

Wow.. Incredible!!! Absolutely stunning!!!!

Tammie Lee said... [Reply to comment]

absolutely magical!

:.tossan® said... [Reply to comment]

Beautiful! Amazing! Nice sky clic.

Shirley said... [Reply to comment]

Beautiful photo for Skywatch Friday! So that's an Old Buttermilk Sky. Next time I see one I will remember your post. Have a great weekend!

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

I didn't know it was called a Buttermilk sky - but what a great name to go with your lovely shot.

Sharon's Mum Anne said... [Reply to comment]

I much prefer "buttermilk" to "clabbered" sky - I hadn't heard of "clabbered" but I used to dance to Hoagy Carmichael's song - when people danced properly and not just jigged about :-)

Will you join me in the next foxtrot?

Marites said... [Reply to comment]

i wonder why it's called buttermilk sky. nonetheless, it's really beautiful and you can captured it nicely.

Gemma Wiseman said... [Reply to comment]

Great gathering of clouds! And adore the idea of a buttermilk sky! I have not heard that expression before!

DrillerAA09 said... [Reply to comment]

Excellent capture of some lovely clouds. Well done.

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

That's awesome, love it!!!

Lois said... [Reply to comment]

I love the way you captured the light in this picture!

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

I never know how to call my sky picture and I'm definitely borrowing the expression!

Lovely depth.

Francisca said... [Reply to comment]

I didn't know this was called a buttermilk sky... but now that you say it, Bill... of course! Super capture. I'll have to go listen to that tune when my internet access is a little faster.