Thursday, September 18, 2008

SkyWatch Friday


I really love how the clouds do their own dance so to speak in this evenings display. The differing colors and shapes made for a "wow" sky shot. I knew this would be my offering the minute I saw it!

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37 comments:

Nancy said...

I really like the many shades of blue your picture has. Beautiful.

Snap Catch said...

Perfect shot for Skywatch! Happy weekend... Hope you can visit mine too...

Luiz Ramos said...

Beautiful dramatic clouds. Great shots.

ellen b said...

These are beauties Mary. have a great weekend...

Leedra said...

These are pretty, such clouds.

Rose said...

Wow! I like these!

Baruch said...

Great photos - perfect for SWF and definitely has the WOW factor

Scotty Graham said...

Great sky!!...you should post a few of your paintings for skywatch...I bet you have some really nice ones.

Cheers,

Scotty

Bradley Myers said...

Great louds, and a good sky watch capture.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I can see why you knew right away that you'd be posting these this week. ;-) Very nice! Happy Sky Watch!

napaboaniya said...

The clouds are dancing and posing beautiful poses for your shot :)

Tabib said...

I see some chinese character in that cloud :)
Happy SW Friday!

Louise said...

Grand and beautiful! The lake in the bottom one really adds a nice dimension!

Bobbie in Hawaii said...

That's a rather busy looking sky! Nicely captured.

Carletta said...

Beautiful blues and whispy clouds!

Ivar Ivrig said...

Great SWF photos. And you have beautiful paintings in your blog as well :-)

Woody said...

I really like the top photo. Thanks for sharing!

RuneE said...

As long as it is not "Singing in the rain"!

Suzanne said...

I love the colour, its a wow factor. Great photos. Happy SWF.

Pernille's ting og tang said...

Very nice shots:)

Arija said...

Lovely lit up criss crossing jet trails.

Sparverius said...

Great capture of the clouds and the blue sky. And I love that you can see the lake in the second one.

AphotoAday said...

Nature is really putting on quite a show there...

John said...

Nice captures!

Gayle said...

The clouds look as if they are exploding.

jaejae said...

i'm always fascinated by crisscrossing clouds and always wonder how they happen! i see a lot but mostly jet smokes!

great picture, mary!

ilanadavita said...

Beautiful clouds. Great choice for a SF.

NovaS said...

WOW.. two thumbs up for all the photos.. u just captured it very well.. uhmmm just like i did to mine.. hehehe...

thanks for the comment and hope to hear from you again..

roentarre said...

Amazing sky view here.

'JoAnn's-D-Eyes'NL said...

Hello Mary, Your sky is art indeed, as the sky can b art! I like also the rest (other seri's) of photography, very creative and inspiring.You are talented I love your style very much:)

Thank you Mary for visiting my blog, I am honored that you're giving me compliments.

JoAnn's D Eyes/Holland

fishing guy said...

Mary: It is really nice when the contrails become clouds to adorn the Sky.

SandyCarlson said...

I thought "dance" as soon as I saw your pictures. And I wondered what the sky was communicating. There is a spirit here!

Aileni said...

Splendid sky shots.
Thanks for visiting - I think you love budgies...
I had a budgie as a child who lived eleven years. Unfortunately the birds bought locally seem so inbred they are weak - out of a total of six my son bought (not all at once) only two survived four years. I miss the last one, he was a character.

Fish Whisperer said...

I too love to watch the clouds. they do their own thing regardless of what we humans think. Great photos.
Cheers

Lara said...

skies are always superb!

Kelly said...

These really are "wow" shots of the sky and clouds! Great photos!! I am also very impressed with your painting talents too! Great blog and posts!

behindthebins said...

I just spent some time looking at your lovely paintings. You have artistic vision with your photos as well as your art.