Sky Reviews April 17-21

by Joey Cifelli ’19

April 17 2017

April 17

April 18 2017

April 18

Copy of April 19 2017

April 19

Copy of April 20 2017

April 20

Copy of April 21 2017

April 21

April 17, 2017

The clouds look airbrushed today, which may or may not be a fault of the camera. Some galactic graffiti artist may have decided to tag our blue marble today. Not a very creative tag to use, but hey, to each his own. It is possible that space people have different tastes than we do; this could be on the cutting edge of the bland cloud industry. Avant Garde street art aside, this sky poses a problem. If a rogue artist did this to our planet, I would hate to see what the street cleaners have in store. 7.7/10

April 18, 2017

Today’s sky is impressively empty. A vast wasteland silently hanging over our heads, saying nothing, because anything else would be too much. Not even a plane dared to cross this celestial desert. Despite its looming endlessness, the sky has a certain stark beauty to it. We are so used to the small shifts and changes that we see up high, that it is startling when all we can see is one tone. Startling in a good way though, like when a strange looking meal actually tastes delicious. “Oh, that’s quite good after all.” (tilt your screen up to see the night) 9.2/10

April 19, 2017

Lots of great skyscapes today. For the record, they were all better than the one shown here. I picked this because the cloud on the left kind of looks like Great Britain. The lower half does, at least. Scotland is looking pretty shriveled up right now. If you believe in sky-based omens, perhaps this would be a bad time to invest in Scottish interests. I did not realize it at the time, but the cloud to the right of Great Britain is a massive Ireland. Expect a huge increase in Ireland’s industry, or some very strange geologic activity around the British Isles. 6.4/10

April 20, 2017

Good use of negative space here. I am looking at the left side clouds, where the blue between the layers gives off the illusion that they are stacked on top of one another. The layers of cloud get smaller as they rise, too, so that they form a mountain. Alternatively, those cloud layers could be a shore to the gentle river flowing across Northeast. I have just noticed the speck of tree branch in the upper right corner. There were not any trees around me when I took this photo, so I have no idea where that could have come from. Maybe it is still there. 8.8/10

April 21, 2017

Bland, gray, and boring. Just another soupy mess. 5.5/10

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