Saturday, August 15, 2009

Rain and clouds




We've been getting storms the last few days, more of the oddball weather patterns this summer, so it was quite chilly this morning. Sawtooth Mountain (named after the blades on a saw) lies to the northeast of us. I'm so lucky to see it every day!

For scenic shots from around the world, check out Scenic Sunday.

15 comments:

George said...

Great pictures of Sawtooth Mountain! We could use some of your chilly weather here in Tennessee -- it's been very hot lately.
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Maria said...

The more I see of Utah, the more I get overwhelmed! Thanks for sharing your beautiful world!

Carol said...

I love your cool rainy day shot...Sawtooth Mtn is pretty awesome...nice view to see everyday!

Janie said...

You do ohave beautiful views from your house. I love the rainy view out the window, too.

Martha Z said...

That is a well named mountain!

life's journey said...

Nice Scenic view...Happy SS!

Denise said...

Wow, love the name of that mountain and I can see why. How beautiful to be able to see it from your home.

Rita said...

Yes you are so lucky to have such a great view!! Great photos.
we have had wacky rainy weather this year too.

Sunny said...

What a fabulous view! Lucky you!
Sunny :)

Kirigalpoththa said...

What an appropriate name - Saw tooth :)

In the first instance I thought it is a man made thing :)

Great pictures!

Gaelyn said...

Those Sawtoothed Mountains make a very unusual ridge line. No rain here today, but it feels cool at mid 70s. I wouldn't mind a little rain. It sure looked pretty on your flowers.

Kitty said...

That stained glass is lovely the way it's bright, even on a dull day. Sawtooth Mountain! How could it be called anything else? Amazing skyline!

diane said...

Stormy weather is forcast for our summer too. What an interesting mountain. You are lucky to have such a view.

Lee Spangler said...

Great pix. I have to find Vernal on the map. Intriguing location to live... Love the St Augustine quote

Lisa Wilson said...

What a cool mountain!! It almost looks man-made!