I keep running out of things to photograph, but yet I try to photograph something every day. Often times my pictures never make it to this blog. When I go for a walk I try to take a camera, even if only my pocket Panasonic LF1, but I often don’t get anything worth showing. That was the case a while back; therefore, I photographed some clouds later in the day. On many days my pictures of the sky are all I have to photograph, and some days when it is a flat even gray overcast day, even they are not worth taking. For me, looking at clouds is a lot like sitting in front of a fire and watching the logs burn. It is hard to get tired of either. The only difference is that I am likely to fall asleep watching a fire. I haven’t done that yet looking at clouds. The only problem I have with looking at clouds is that I tend to lose my balance when I turn my head and look up, so I have to be careful.