cloud-streaked love

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  • Benedict was warmly welcomed by the queen, who wore a blue-gray knee-length coat and matching hat and gloves, as tartan-wearing bagpipers marched and thousands watched under cloud-streaked blue skies.

    Pope's UK Trip (PHOTOS): Pope Benedict XVI Makes Controversial Visit To Britain

  • Spread like a prized collection of jewels beneath cloud-streaked, cerulean skies, the Hranrarii city rose from the endless marsh that surrounded it, extending to the limits of her vision toward the eastern horizon, and probably a good deal farther.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Seize the Fire

  • Somewhere among those stars, out in that blackness, ch'Rihan and ch'Havran hung, circling one another majestically in the year's slow dance around amber Eisn; two green-golden gems, cloud-streaked, seagirt, burning fair.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • The drone operator touched a control, adjusting the satellite's orbit: on the main display, a planet came into sharp focus, blue and brown and cloud-streaked.

    The Final Reflection

  • A dozen leagues east of Ebou Dar, raken glided in out of the cloud-streaked sunrise to land in a long pasture marked as the fliers 'field by colored streamers on tall poles.

    The Path of Daggers

  • They were walking glumly along the beach as the sunset turned the cloud-streaked sky into flaming reds and oranges.

    Empire Builders

  • The cloud-streaked sun was setting, and a blur of gold silhouetted the respectful form of Hugo, looming black in the entrance to the arbor.

    Dragonfly in Amber

  • I followed his gaze upward to an ivory moon, cloud-streaked and fat, though not quite full.

    Devil's Waltz

  • The blue-green disk, cloud-streaked, seemed an almost mocking presence behind the cage of its defense network.

    Mudd in Your Eye

  • Kirk said, glancing up at the cloud-streaked sky and feeling the damp breeze on his face.

    DEEP DOMAIN

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