#68 – Head In The Clouds

Photo taken: August 24, 2016

Sometimes, the action at the ballpark isn’t all on the field.  I rarely bring my camera to home games at Busch Stadium for some reason, but I was glad I had it on this day since the show in the sky was rather interesting.  While the Cardinals were pummeling the New York Mets below, this very weird looking cloud was forming over the stadium to the west, and I had the perfect view of it from my outfield bleacher seat.  The setting sun illuminating the underside makes the swishy protusion the top side of the cloud is making even more eye catching.  Even the odd assortment of twilight coloring towards the left side of the frame creates the illusion of a sideways rainbow.  Thankfully, this pretty cloud didn’t bring a rain delay with it…

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About evilsquirrel13

Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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7 Responses to #68 – Head In The Clouds

  1. WOW – that really is a most stunning cloud formation – kind of looks like it was a sign of some kind of weirdo weather event on the way….good thing it wasn’t!! ON WITH THE GAME!

    Pam

  2. not even Bob Ross could create such a sky… and not even me LOL

  3. Always bring a camera! You never know what wonderful thing you might miss.

  4. draliman says:

    I like the sunlight on the cloud versus the floodlights.

  5. Looks like a ghostly apparation of Mayor La Guardia who I suspect follows all NY teams. Pretty cool cloud formation. 👻

  6. Interesting clouds, but pummeling the Mets? Hey, everyone does THAT. We watched a lot of baseball this year. I was always shocked when the Mets actually won one.

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