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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Skywatch in October

After a period of rain and cold in September we ended up having  marvelous weather for most of October.  I am so happy about that.

I took these skyshots on a day when I thought the clouds made a very interesting pattern against the sky.




I hope you enjoy them.
Have a wonderful Friday and a great weekend.

I'm joining in with Skywatch Friday here.



A big thank you to our wonderful hosts Sylvia, Sandy and Yogi.

18 comments:

  1. Wow, Penny, what magical sky shots. I love them.
    It's getting very cold here. By Hallowe'en it's always frigid.
    K

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  2. Awesome sky captures! The first is just beautiful! Have a happy weekend!

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  3. Great photos. Those pretty clouds make a lovely backdrop.

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  4. Sounds a great building and happy sky watching..

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  5. October has been lovely. I believe we saw the same clouds last weekend!

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  6. October has been kind here .. sunny days but an even keel with rain for the garden and trees.
    Clouds are so interesting aren't they .. you have a great back drop there with these shots !
    Joy

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  7. Very beautiful sky! Have a great weekend.

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  8. really neat patterns. beautiful. :)

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  9. So pretty! Looks like thousands of cotton balls. Have a good weekend.

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  10. Beautiful sky patterns Joyful; well captured, thank you!
    Warm hugs, Joy x

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  11. Hello Joyful.....Thanks so much for stopping by today. Loved your cloud photos. I find clouds most fascinating. Susan

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  12. These buttermilk clouds look so wonderful. Not so frequent happening, you have done well framing them.

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  13. Beautiful sky photos!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  14. I call that a cottage cheese sky!

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  15. Cottage Cheese sky indeed! ;) Beautiful sky!

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  16. Hi Joyful! I love these soaring photos, it leads me from earth to the heavens. I love that! Maybe a totally blue sky would have just blinded, so having the dotted clouds is just perfect.

    The steeple against this sky is just inspiring. Thank you for sharing these!
    Ceil

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