Thursday, 18 December 2008

Skywatch Friday

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I took these photos while we were walking to the supermarket on Sunday to buy a new pacifier for Smallone (the post below).
This is the sky above the fields behind our house.


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Don´t forget to check other people´s skies from all over the world here.

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19 comments:

ilanadavita said...

Nice shots, epecially the first one.

Guy D said...

You captured these shots perfectly, the weather looks very pleasant there right now.

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

Photo Cache said...

I think both are well captured, but I love the first one, must be all the trees :)

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Lovely shots with a hint of pastel pink. Happy Sky Watch!

bookbabie said...

Very good silhouette shots:)

Tarolino, Finland said...

Love these shots but my favourite is the first one. Such refined colours in that sky and silhuettes of the leafless trees is very efective.

Whishing ypu and your family a happy Christmas.

Rune said...

Great shot! :)

George Townboy said...

Beautiful shots!!

babooshka said...

Both lovely but the first one is a knoockout image.

Robert V. Sobczak said...

It would be a tree watch photo if it were spring, but with the leaves all having fallen off, you can see right through them to the sky beyond.

PJ said...

I love the bare trees against the pewter sky, the perfect statement about winter weather.

Suz Broughton said...

So delicate and pretty. Again, love the song. You always choose nice ones.

Pagan Sphinx said...

Your skies look very much like ours here in Massachusetts, USA lately: cloudy with a touch of pink.

Happy Sky Watch!

Arija said...

Love your winter sky with the bare trees in fromt.
Happy Christmas and a wonderful year ahead, especially for your sister and Smallone.

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

lovely trees like my surrounding the sky is also look-a-like but pretty in each way!

Merry christmas wishes
from
JoAnn's D Eyes/Holland

The Good Life in Virginia said...

what a tranquil shot...very pretty colors.

Peťa said...

Tentokrát jsou fotečky obzvláště vypečené (vydařené), řekla bych :-)

Sue said...

Hi! I found you through a comment you left on someone else's blog. I live in Nebraska, USA. I love your pictures. I scrolled down and read parts of your blog. My heart goes out to your family as you deal with her husband of such a short time's leaving her.

It sounds like she is in good hands with her family.

I work in a high school, too. I am a special education paraeducator.

Take care,
Sue

Tea and Margaritas in My Garden said...

Lovely!
May you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and the best New Year!!

tea
xo