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Weekly Photo Challenge “Up” on the Roof Top

Went for the clouds got a whole world

I leaned way out over the edge with my iPhone to get pictures of the clouds and city from up on the roof of Kaiser Oakland’s parking structure. I wonder about the view from the tall building on the left. I wrote this haiku for this picture:

I welcome the clouds
and the roof over my head
I look up to you.

Looking the other direction

View from the other direction. I feel like a spy into people’s homes but it’s so compelling to wonder what might be going on behind closed curtains. Oh yes there are clouds up over the Oakland Berkeley hills. For Weekly photo Challenge

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This entry was published on April 20, 2013 at 4:14 pm. It’s filed under Clouds, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge “Up” on the Roof Top

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  3. I photograph clouds too, I like them, they look like cotton candy or fluffy pillows and if you watch them you can see things in them too.

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