It has been rainy and gray here in northern Utah for days now and that has been a prevailing pattern for some time this spring. The gray skies are getting old and I’m suffering from cabin fever and wishing for some bright bluebird skies to get out to photograph birds and to be able to relax and soak in nature. Or at least it would be nice to have a bluebird sky in the morning and then it could rain all afternoon or evening. Yes, I am dreaming.
The weather forecasters get the weather wrong a lot but I am kind of hoping they have next week right because it sure looks better than this week has been and what today and tomorrow will be.
I know, I know. We need the rain. Especially since I live in a desert state and the rain is helping to put water in the Great Salt Lake along with our spring runoff. But I need to grumble once in a while or I might begin to believe that I am not human and I am.
I don’t even need a perfectly blue sky, it can have a few fluffy clouds in it! I need a bird and nature fix. Soon. I’ve spent way too much time inside this past month.
Just a few days of bluebird skies would be nice right about now.
Life is good.
The Mountain Bluebird was photographed in May of 2015 in the Targhee Nation Forest, Idaho and the Burr Trail photo was taken in March of 2014 in Wayne County, Utah