Weekly Photo Challenge: Window

The window to the universe opens inward and outward.” Daniel Lee Edstrom

Jennifer Avventura My Sardinian Life 2014 (2)

This is my response to the weekly photo challenge: window.

Chemtrails in Sardinia’s Blue Crossed Sky

Several bloggers from around the world have documented their skies and questioned themselves on the same thing I find myself questioning – chemical trails or simply contrails?

I’ve photographed Sardinia’s stunning blue sky and documented my past findings here, here and here. I’m back today to show you a new discovery which made me open my eyes wide open and continue to seek answers.

The following is a lovely photograph showing you how beautiful and blue the sky in Sardinia is when the jets are not busy making tic-tac-toe boards.

Sardinia's blue sky by Jennifer Avventura 2014

And here, you will see the same view of the Bay of Asinara with one LARGE exception … the sky is filled with trails left by jets completely blanketing the sky. Underneath all that mess you can see the blue, blue natural sky trying to breathe.

Chemtrails by Jennifer Avventura 2014

These two photos were taken forty-eight hours apart and the difference is disgusting and staggering. Why do some trails dissipate after sometime, while other trails grow in size thus changing the atmosphere from a beautiful blue day to a seemingly hazy day?


A few months ago I took a nice drive to the center of Sardinia and found this graffiti:

“No chemtrails, no effect.”

Jennifer Avventura My Sardinian Life (10)

Now, I’m not sure what the artist was trying to say. Do they believe chemtrails are real or are just a conspiracy theory? This is something only the author will know. I did, however, spot two of these graffiti while in the center of Sardinia.

I understand the contrails, and watch them dissipate from my front window. It’s those chemtrails which leave perplexed and wanting answers. I am neither a scientist nor a nephologist. I’m just a woman watching the curious sky.

Have you noticed of your sky lately?

Trailing for answers – The Chemtrail Theory

Chemtrails Sardinia, Italy by Jennifer Avventura My Sardinian Life (4)There are those that believe the world is flat and then, there are those who believe the world is round. The same applies to the conspiracy theory of those white fluffy lines left in the sky by aircraft spraying chemical or biological agents. Some believers say these chemicals could be any one of the following: barium, aluminum salts, thorium and/or silicon carbide. These are chemtrails or chemical trails.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh


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“She’s fresh, exciting. She’s so exciting to me. She’s fresh, exciting. She’s so inviting to me, yeah.” – Kool & The Gang Fresh bird-prints on an early morning beach run. Some of my favourite fresh vegetables from the farmers market. … Continue reading

Travel Theme: Multiples

This is an un-edited photo for the weekly photo challenge by Ailsa over at Where’s my backpack.

Sardinia is a stunning island in the Mediterranean but at times, her blue sky is filled with chemtrails or contrails. I lean towards chemtrails as these do not dissipate in time, instead they grow wider and wider eventually changing a beautiful blue sky cloudy. It’s such a shame.

Chemtrails in the Sardinian Sky by Jennifer Avventura 2013

To read an earlier post on chemtrails click here.

What’s your take on this conspiracy? Are they chemical trails or contrails?

While you’re at it – I’m the author of a new blog; my life as taken me oversea’s to a new exotic location! Please follow me over at My Caymanian Life and see what all the fuss is in the Caribbean.

Last Nights Sun | A Chemical Trail

Last nights sun was full of radiant colour. The skies are finally clear enough to watch the burning ball of flame set behind the Asinara Islands.

Pretty beautiful, eh?

Now, how about we address that white, long, fluffy line at the top of the picture.

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The Chemtrail Hoax Part Two

My world is incarcerated by six, five foot sliding glass doors that open out to a stunning valley filled with spectacular colours. Many mild afternoons are spent gazing out into the beautiful blue wonder I’ve called my home for three-point five years. You could say that I have somewhat of an advantage to being a sky watcher, because in Sardinia the sky is endless. Continue reading

Jennifer Avventura featured on The Travelated Daily


A big whopper of a thank-you to Emily Sims over at The Travelated Daily.

My post The Chemtrail Hoax was chosen by Emily Sims as a top headline across Twitter on Monday, July 4th, 2011.

Friendly Blue Skies

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