A Word a Week: Undulate – Dragon Clouds

I was at a loss when I saw the word undulate as this week’s Word a Week Challenge prompt until I remembered these dragon like clouds.

Dragon Clouds, © Meghan Deinhard, 2011

It’s difficult to photograph sunrises and sunsets in suburbia if you don’t want buildings and power lines and the like in the shots. Luckily for me, the trees between the campus I worked at and the business complex next door masked all of that so I could concentrate on just capturing the amazing clouds lit by this Bakersfield, CA sunset. I would say these clouds undulate, wouldn’t you?

As always I welcome your comments on this or any other part of my blog. Please look at some of the other interpretations of the prompt undulate at A Word in Your Ear.


11 thoughts on “A Word a Week: Undulate – Dragon Clouds

  1. Meghan Post author

    Thank you Jackie. This one was a hard one for me… I’m not much for water shots and none of my sand shots had any undulating!

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