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March of the Clouds
Sunday 6 July 2014   —   Category: Shooting

Right before I made waffles yesterday morning, I looked out the window and saw an interesting cloud formation. It looked like the clouds were lined up in rows across the sky, stretching off towards Mount Hood (unfortunately, not visible from my house) to the north-northwest.

As usual, you can click on the photo to see a larger version. Once there, you can click on the “Next >>” link to see a second photo of the same sky, for which I zoomed in to get a tighter shot of the more distant clouds.

In a poetic way, the clouds made me think of an army of soldiers marching across the sky, which brought to my mind the phrase “march of the clouds” — which happens to be the title of one of my favorite Phil Keaggy songs.

Therefore, as a musical accompaniment to my photo, I've included a YouTube video of Phil performing this piece. The video quality is not real great, but the sound quality is very good. So sit back and enjoy “The March of the Clouds” — both visually and aurally.

If you like that song, you might really enjoy the entire The Wind And The Wheat instrumental album. Once you are done with this video, why don’t you check out some of the other Phil Keaggy videos on YouTube — his guitar playing is a real treat!
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