Oct 28, 2010

by English Muse

Polaroid Sky

I was very excited to discover today that the Barnes & Noble Review has a special section for books on clouds.

This is how they describe “The Invention of Clouds,” by Richard Hamblyn:

“A fascinating study of the amateur meteorologist who, in the early 19th century, ‘forged the language of the skies.’ Creating the classifications — cirrus, stratus, cumulus, nimbus — which are now familiar, Luke Howard captured the imagination of contemporary artists and scientists, as well as generations of their heirs.”

It also reminds me that I need to get out more with my Polaroid camera. (I took this photo, above, last year.)

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2 Responses to “Complete fluff…”

  1. Tina says:

    hello everyone, forgive me for commenting on my own post. it just looked very sad with zero comments…thats all!
    xo

  2. the real mia says:

    I love that photo. Your images of clouds always inspire me.

fin.
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