Artist Shanna Galloway Documents The Changing Sky Outside Her Hillside Home/Studio

First begun as color studies for a painting using pastels, Shanna Galloway has developed a series of photographs of skies and clouds with their ever-changing and expressive colors.

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Saturday, December 5, 2009

The Swiss Alps Below From My Window On Air France Between Paris And Florence

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  1. WOW - the Swiss Alps. It almost makes me want to hodel. HA!!

    Talk about spectacular.

  2. How exciting! The Swiss Alps! I am so proud of you for having the talent to make it happen.

  3. R those clouds or snow on the mtns?

  4. I was a wee bit confused for a moment. I just left Palos Verdes daily photo with it's "in air" photo (looks cold)

  5. SG, I hope you were out in the rain & cold today to get us some great Sky Views! I even saw a 180degree rainbow in Sierra Madre!!

  6. Wait. Are you there now? Or are these from your trip two years ago?

  7. Shanna: Isn't there some way to get your blog on my RSS Feeder? I don't see any button for me to click.

  8. Judy, Dixie Jane and Cafe: Those are THE Swiss Alps. I was not expecting this thrill at all. We were on an overnight flight and luckily it was morning when the captain said that we were flying over the Swiss Alps!!!
    Cafe: It is snow, but I have another photo that looks like pointy clouds.

    Cafe: I didn't get out in it today. I was mesmerized by the wind blowing yellow leaves horizontally through the air!
    A 180 degree rainbow. Wow!

    Margaret: It was when I was there two years ago - at this very time. The Biennale happens every two years.
    I am rather new to the computer, so I don't even know what an RSS feeder is.
    I need to update my own links, but don't exactly remember how. Soon though.

  9. Marg: for feeding into SG's posts try clicing on her Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) link.