Thursday, November 27, 2008

SkyWatch Friday: Front Yard View ~ Pastel Swirls

Here we are again, another segment of SkyWatch Friday. While most of us here in the USA are most likely shopping and shopping and shopping some more, maybe some of our friends from other places in the world would like to see some great sky photos. Click HERE to view wonderful photos from around the world.

These pictures were taken from my front yard last Sunday evening. I could not believe what beautiful colors were in the sky. My husband called me outside and said to being the camera. Boy, am I glad I did. These were taken at dusk.



Have a great weekend everyone and I hope all had a great holiday. Remember, to keep your eyes on the skies, the views are spectacular.

32 comments:

  1. Beautiful indeed!! :-)

    Monica (Norway)

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  2. Since you posted early (it's Thursday), you now can go shopping on Black Friday!

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  3. Beautiful photos...how can anyone deny that there is a God after seeing something like that?

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  4. Your husband did us all a service when he called for your and the camera -- beautiful sky!

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  5. Really great! happy Thanksgiving and happy swf!

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  6. Stunning to say the least, wonderful colors.

    Cheers!
    Regina In Pictures

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  7. Simply stunning colors happening there. Thanks for sharing with Sky Watch Friday and your kind comments on my post earlier.

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  8. Hello……
    This is amazing!! I am so glad I found your blog!
    Welcome to my blog…….

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  9. Oh that is stunningly beautiful. Isn't it amazing, that God could have made everything black and white, but He didn't? (just one of the weird thoughts that makes it's way through my head at times)

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  10. Great photos. All of the clouds seem to funnel into that v of trees.

    Well done and thanks for sharing

    Troy and Martha

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  11. Beautiful photos! You capture such wonderful scenes.

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  12. Gorgous sky! Lucky you to see it from your yard!

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  13. What brilliance! I love how the color isn't over the entire sky. It is so intriguing.

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  14. Fantastic set of Sky shot! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  15. I like how you have your beautiful colors being surrounded by the blue sky and how it all seems to funnel down to the notch in the earth at the bottom center of the photo.

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  16. Just gorgeous, and you do such a great job capturing these moments!

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  17. These are spectacular colourful skies.

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  18. A painted sky like only God can do it...Fabulous! ;-) Bo

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  19. WOW !!! JUST gorgeous----GOD gorgeous---God is the Great Artist---no doubt about that when we see such beautiful paintings like this on a canvas of perfect sky !!! Just awesome !!! Thanks to Steve and you. Great team work !!!!

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  20. Great SWF picture. Nice colors.

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  21. Simply awesome!

    Isn't it wonderful how the sky changes constantly and no two beautiful sunrises/sunsets are ever alike.

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  22. The clouds look as though they were thrown at great force to the sky, to make the spread pattern. Lovely pictures. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Thank you Colorado Lady's husband!
    These shots are gorgeous! What a drama filled sky. Such color!

    Happy Sky Watch Friday!
    ~Lisa
    New Mexico

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  24. You should go into the SKY photos business. You and your camera really capture some great shots. Keep up the good work!

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  25. Hi!!!
    Beautiful photos.
    spectacular sky!
    a greeting

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  26. Gorgeous! I love Friday's on your blog...

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  27. Wow That's gorgeous! Monica

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