Skywatch Friday ~ October 15. 2010







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13 comments:

  1. What an interesting perspective, you have a great imagination!
    Love, Jan

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  2. What an unusual sky! These look not like clouds, but like large paintbrush strokes on a blue canvas.

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  3. Excellent perspective, Penny. Thanks for sharing. Blessings and hugs Jo

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  4. Belated happy Thanksgiving to you !
    and hope you'll feel a bit better this week end.. :-)

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  5. Like Ginny, I was imagining someone drying off their paint brushes on the sky!

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  6. What a lovely sky!




    Warm Aloha from Waikiki

    Comfort Spiral

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  7. Hello blogging friends. I'm ecstatic that you all enjoyed the interesting sky scenes I posted. I was in awe of them when I saw them and was so glad I could capture them. Blessings to you all and thank you for taking the time to visit and comment.

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  8. Love the earthbound, sky-gazing perspective. At first, I thought you'd captured photos of a flying saucer rather than a light pole. :)

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  9. Like Ginny, I was imagining someone drying off their paint brushes on the sky!

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  10. Love the earthbound, sky-gazing perspective. At first, I thought you'd captured photos of a flying saucer rather than a light pole. :)

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  11. What an unusual sky! These look not like clouds, but like large paintbrush strokes on a blue canvas.

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