Now close your eyes and take a deep breath. Then continue, and don’t shake your head yet. OK, listen up. It’s not all about the red rocks of Sedona, Arizona. Granted they are one of the most photographed places in the world, but what about the skies over Sedona? The mixture of high mountains, desert valleys, hot and cold climatary conditions within a few thousand feet cause beautiful clouds to form. I woke up to catch a sunrise one morning and found unique clouds that we are not used to seeing in the New England.
Below is a early morning hot air balloon over the red rocks as the sun was just starting to rise. Imagine the view they had!
Here’s a picture of one of the spectacular sunrises in Arizona.
Alright, one last cloud formation. Look familar? If you are an avid CtCameraEye follower you might remember the Lenticular Clouds that I spottted over Marlborough, Connecticut. See any in this one? Well check out February 2009 in the Archive Section in the column on the right and look for the “UFO cloud spotted in Marlborough, Connecticut”. You will see what I mean.