|The bird positively tried to beat the storm|
On our way home from Red Deer, just on the outskirts of Calgary, a radio announcement alerted us that there was a snow storm emanating At first, I couldn't believe that there was going to be blowing snow, as it was 10 degrees Celsius and the sky was clear and blue. The clouds were round and fluffy, and the sun was gloriously making the clouds glow.
But, in a quick glance to the west, one could clearly see that it was snowing the the Rocky Mountains, and soon the snow would blow into the foothills, then to the prairies.
The sky grew dramatic and the wind increased to grand velocity. When my husband pulled over so I could photograph the scene, I opened the door to our truck and my hair flew straight up!
A bird cloud formed and flew through the challenging west wind. Can you find it?
|The bird glided through the sun shine, gaining courage to flee from the brewing storm clouds.|
|The Bird Burst Through the Cloud|
|It soared and tried to seek shelter|
|A small wisp of air appeared at first, then Chinook huffed and puffed,|
"I'll get that bird!"
|Snowing in the Mountains, |
Chinook's Angry Mysterious Face Formed,
the Bird Made its Way to Safety,
Darn Foiled Again
Positively Beating the Storm
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