Category Archives: Air

Red Sky at Night, Sailor’s Delight

The style of Interstice: Cloud mirrors that of a cloud itself. Perhaps that is why I admire this section the most. I found the passage to be very poetic, as Macauley incorporates ethereal diction and complex structure.  The interstice is … Continue reading

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Clouds: part II

Under our header of Air you will find  a  page which invites you to think about Clouds.  This post will invite you to explore cloud imagery as suggested by David Macauley and by myself.  Can you identify the images that … Continue reading

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Clouds: air and water, earthly echos

I caught this picture of the moon behind faint cloud traces and wondered what kind of day this image suggests to the reader.   There is a wonderful scene in Amelie (one of my favorite movies ever) where the little … Continue reading

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