We have a lot of "sayin's" here in the mountains. No matter what the occasion, there is a proper proverb to enhance it. One that is repeated almost daily is, "If you don't like the weather, just wait a few hours and it will change."
Unlike the expansive western skies or skies along the shoreline of the oceans, our skies provide limited visibility. The mountains obscure them, so we are often surprised to find a storm quickly arise. On the other hand, sometimes the storm clouds are suddenly past and the sky is blue once more.
Not half an hour before I took these photographs, the sky was gray and dark. Suddenly the gray clouds were gone, replaced by these white ones and the sky was beautiful.