I may be stuck in a picture rut, as the only sky photos on my camera are of the mountain, the mountain which is the predominate part of my view, Mt Olympus. Even when we walk along the Jordan River, miles from our home, my eye searches out Mt. Oly.
If you live on the east side of SLC, and your view looks towards the Wasatch, Mt. Oly will encompass a large part of the view, albeit, not necessarily the same vantage point. As close as we are to the mountain, its majesty awes, even though it is not the tallest of the range.
This may turn out to be an amazing fail of a project, but my hope is to see it through until the end of the year. The ends of this grand experiment may or may not be under control by then, but they show just how variable our sky has been. I knit the weeks sky colors every Sunday night, so this photo represents the sky through Feb 5.