We've had wind almost every day for the last month. I'm lucky because it doesn't drive me insane like it seems to do to some others.
The upside to it is the clouds. Wow!
Shyla is my trusty model. She is great at climbing up on boulders and can be trusted not to leap down unexpectedly. She even strikes beautiful poses!
This was such a deep orange cloud!
The boulder that Shyla posed on was one that I call "Coyote Rock". One time, as we hiked up toward it, I spotted three coyotes standing on top of it surveying the meadow around them. It was an incredible site. It's fun seeing Shyla in the same spot.
There is a panoramic view from that spot, and Shyla swivels her head to take it all in.
Of course, she is a nosework dog, and her nose rules.
A hundred photos later, the sky started to fade toward dusk. Look at the gradation from blue, to purple, to orange behind Shyla.
It was time to start toward home so it wouldn't be too dark for our walk. The parting sight of the sky was awe-inspiring.