Monday, May 4, 2009

There's no place like home.

What does it mean when you see a license plate that reads the equivalent of Aunty Em two days in a row?  Nothing I suppose, unless you want to assign meaning to it.  And, I do.

I don't know if it was the same car or not, but they were on opposite sides of town. I didn't see the spelling on the first one - I just had it read to me.

To me, it means that there really is no place like home.  

I think in Cleveland we have some of the most intense skies I've ever seen - complete with dreamy cloud dragons and razor sharp beams of light bursting through clouds.  They are definitely worth paying attention to.  

Me and my camera phone love them.




4 comments:

Audrey said...

Oh, I love the second pic - you can actually see LAYERS of clouds! I would have that one enlarged, framed and hung in my home!

If I saw licence plates that read Aunty Em, I would assume the car owner was named Dorothy! Not very original or clever, but there you have it!

mo said...

You make home a beautiful place, Jamie.

;)

2nd shot needs to be sent to Jpeg!

Chuck Dilmore said...

wait...
these are from a camera phone?

whoa!
kudos to the photographer!
i see Pegasus in the top photo!

you captured that!
bravo!

Natalie said...

Yep! me too. What a cool cloud.xx