Monday, December 7, 2009

Red Sky in the Morning

How's this for some drama at sunrise? Hubby got this one. The inside of the house was practically glowing. This is the beginning of the storm that most of the United States will be experiencing in the next 24 hours.

This little Cactus Wren is scurrying around looking for breakfast!

It's about 2 p.m. here now, and the wind is whipping something fierce! This little guy is hunkered down in a very protected spot, with a pretty good view of what's going on around him.

9 comments:

Pam said...

That sky is impressive! I saw all about the storm on the weather channel this morning!

Steven Anthony said...

wow the sky is on fire....just beautiful

Linda Higgins said...

Spectacular sky! WOW, very impressive! We are getting hit with a lot of rain. It hasn't let up all day. Dark and dreary. Snow in the hills and mountains. It can stay there!

GB said...

Yowsers! That's some sky. I'm glad I'm here and not in the path of that storm.

Cynthia L. H. said...

Wow!!! Yes, that is DRAMA!!!
;^)
It is colddddd here. Gray and dreary, but no worries...I'm all "holed" up inside with my hot tea and Christmas projects.
;^) ;^) ;^)

Dan Felstead said...

Shabbygirl...did you get any snow from the storm? Beautiful pictures of the sunrise and also the critters!

Dan

septembermom said...

Love the passion colors in that sky! Great photos. The bunny shot is really cute.

shabby girl said...

No. No snow. Crazy winds that blew down a cinder block wall. We seemed to be on the periphery of the system so all it really generated was wind and drizzle. :(

Scriptor Senex said...

What a fantastic sky. And I love seeing the wildlife that other folk have in their gardens - the little Cactus Wren looks cute.

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