Never get tired of the blue sky

Never get tired of the blue sky and the yellow flowers

The term "blue sky" typically refers to the color of the sky when it appears to be a clear and vivid shade of blue, especially on a sunny day with no clouds obstructing the view. The blue color of the sky is a result of the scattering of sunlight by the Earth's atmosphere.

When sunlight enters the Earth's atmosphere, it encounters particles and molecules in the air, such as oxygen and nitrogen. These particles scatter the sunlight in all directions, but they tend to scatter shorter wavelengths (blue and violet) more than longer wavelengths (red and orange). As a result, the blue light is scattered in all directions and becomes visible to our eyes, giving the sky its characteristic blue color.

It's worth noting that the appearance of the sky can vary depending on various factors such as the time of day, weather conditions, and geographic location. The sky may appear lighter or darker shades of blue, or even different colors such as orange during sunrise or sunset, due to the scattering and filtering of sunlight by the atmosphere at different angles.

At least we are under the same sky. ...