A fabulous sky on the morn of the first blimp flight of the season. Volunteers to help were a plenty as everyone wanted to get out and gaze at the dream like scene. The photo underneath shows me being distracted by the gorgeous pink wisps of cirrostratus (met speak for high ice cloud) and the patches of ice fog that made buildings in the distance look like they were floating on air. It was also the only time I have seen patchy fog in front of the windows so that the light streaks out from them like rays shining down through the clouds from the heavens.
Thanks Dave for being both diligent and skillful as always when it comes to working the Lens.