Thursday, January 14, 2016

A Few Perspectives on the Sky

These first two photos were taken in East Vancouver. The first photo is taken on West Hastings Street. I noticed the medicine wheel on the side of the building and the decorative "feathers" hanging down. I think this is a health center of some kind.

The second photo was taken at a skytrain (light rapid transit) station. I was trying to capture the crescent moon in both but didn't have a zoom lens with me. In fact I just used my phone camera for these shots as I was on the way to meet a friend and didn't have time to get out the larger camera.

This last photo was taken the day before yesterday in Timboroa, Baringo County of Kenya. 
This county is located in the Rift Valley Province. If you can pinpoint Eldoret on the map below you travel in a southeasterly direction to get to Timboroa (just past the Burnt Forest which is not on the map). Find Kericho Town on the map and travel in a northeasterly direction. From Nakuru, you would drive in a northwesterly direction.It is a few hours drive and about half way to Eldoret.

 It looks to be a warm day with a bit of cloud haze.

Photo Credit: Jonah, Missions of Hope:  Timboroa, Kenya
Joining in with Skywatch Friday today
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.


  1. Hi Penny, your moon crescent shot is beautiful. Oh *sigh* How I long back to the Rift Valley (Kenya) Kerio Valley (where we spent an idyllic year) doesn't show on your map, but Marigat wasn't far from our camp. Thanks for sharing. Jo

    1. Yes it is so beautiful isn't it? If you look closely you will in fact see Marigat ;-)

  2. Hello, pretty sky images. I like the medicine wheel and feathers. Lovley capture of the moon! Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

  3. What pretty sky shots.

  4. I always love coming here because I never know what I'll see. And I'm always happy!

  5. I love sky pictures...
    ...and I love your header...

    ~Have a lovely day!

  6. Love the blue skies against the buildings x


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