Moved by Motion: Moving Clouds

A series of short videos, or, movements that …moved me.

Some time ago,
on a windy day
while walking on a hill
the wind would push me forward
and on the next turn
it would slow me down,
struggling to take one step.

But what a joy it was,
looking up!



Moving Clouds

excuse the shaky hand… the wind wouldn’t let me stand still!



Cloud stills…


Enjoy a beautiful Tuesday


This series of posts is linked to Earth Nerve Net“.

Sometimes the eye captures an image, sometimes a movement and others a movement with sound. Most of these “Moved by Motion” posts are with sound on, essential for a fuller experience, hence, no [other] music to accompany them. I hope you enjoy.


26 replies »

  1. Gorgeous! I love clouds, looking at them, making up shapes and stories with them.
    Unfortunately, these days we have cloud, one big dark grey cloud over the sky, blocking the sun.
    Anyway, glad you survived the wind. I’ve had to hold onto telephone poles on occasion.
    How did Hera hold up in the wind?
    Funny, but I have a slight craving for a marshmallow, now.
    {{{hugs}}} xooxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxooxoxoxoxoxo

    • It’s the ‘Hera effect’… she always brings up something soft sweet and smoochy when you think of her!!!!! 😉🤣 On clouds… we’re having our warm winter break (round January for a couple of weeks) and the clouds are just perfect against a radiant blue sky. The grey cloud you speak of will be here too at some point! Hope you’re enjoying a wonderful weekend and…. Happy February!!!!!! ❤❤❤❤❤❤

      • LOVE!!
        Yeah.. I’m a slave to smooching the pets. How lucky we are to have these beautiful creatures of earth living with us. I’d love to have a goat, but Norm says the backyard isn’t big enough, and there is no way Jeep is sharing the bed. ❤ ❤ ❤ xxoxo

  2. I love looking up at the sky. Your videos reminded me of an ancient who said of the sky and heavens:

    “I know that I am mortal by nature, and ephemeral; but when I trace at my pleasure the windings to and fro of the heavenly bodies I no longer touch the earth with my feet: I stand in the presence of Zeus himself and take my fill of ambrosia”
    Ptolemy, Ptolemy’s Almagest

  3. Yes! Watching the sky reflect in the water is a fascinating way to spend time. The almost infinite palette is exquisite when put on film or canvas, but nothing beats the first hand experience. Beautiful Tuesday to you too!

    • Oh, it would, wouldn’t it?!!!! Maybe something to ponder while off grid and maybe even a come back! 😉 I’ve always found the reflection of clouds on the sea fascinating and how the sea changes color from the sky/clouds, turning from grey black to turquoise! Sigh…

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