When we look at the sky, the air is invisible to us. Whether it is dry or humid, cold or hot, breezy or calm, it all looks equally clear. So we never see the different air masses which flow and mix to create clouds and weather. But clouds themselves tell the story, forming at the air mass boundaries and outlining the shape and strength of forces underlying what is visible to the eye. The long arms of fleecy cotton with tethered veils of falling snow, trimmed sharply in golden light, arise as if by magic from some hidden drama offstage.
Kansas City, Missouri, 2005
This 5 x 7 Greeting Card has a high-quality archival print mounted on the front, which makes a great framed print by itself. The card stock is heavy linen paper with a squared writing texture. The card title and a description of the scene or weather event is printed on the back. Comes with envelope, extra envelopes with each order.