Thursday, January 01, 2009

Sky Watch Friday (#50)

It's (almost) Friday again, and that means
Sky Watch Friday!

Jeffrey and I walked a little later than normal on Tuesday. Because of Beth's surgery, he wasn’t leaving for work as usual. So, instead of walking in the dark like we normally do this time of year, we got to enjoy the sunrise and had some light to enjoy our surroundings.

I walked out the door to see this sunrise, turned back around and grabbed my camera.

Then, since I already had the camera, I took it along. Jeffrey does not wait for me when I stop to take a picture:

There he is up ahead of me, so I have to run to catch up. He says he’s walking for exercise, not to take pictures. Does he even know what he’s missing? Look at that sky!

If you enjoy looking at the sky as much as I do, you'll want to check out Sky Watch Friday. You can enjoy skies from around the world!

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures. Good that you take your camera walking.

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  2. What amazing pictures! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm going to be watching the sky much more closely now and taking my camera everywhere. I stole your 2009 contract if you don't mind, I loved it ;-)

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  3. Very scenic clouds to make such a pattern. I don't know if it officially qualifies as mackeral sky, but it might.

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  4. Those are beautiful sky pictures. My husband is like that too, he keeps walking.

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  5. mmmm! Lovely shots. Those clouds sure look like beautiful marshmallows! That sunrise- yum. All so nice.
    I am new here, so in the dark, but am sending best wishes for your daughter Beth's surgery recovery to be smooth.

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  6. Very nice! Really incredible cloud patterns. I'm always torn about whether or not to bring my camera along when I go out on a walk - sometimes I do, sometimes I don't and often I regret not bringing it along! Happy 2009! Linnea

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  7. These are amazing!!! Good thing you went back to get your camera. I love them.

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  8. I love that first pic and can relate to being left behind when trying to take a picture.

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  9. They are indeed fantastic photos, well worth stopping for!

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  10. That sky is beautiful! God's the master painter.

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  11. oh my goodness, gorgeous images of an amazing sunrise!

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  12. Great photos!Happy New Year 2009 and Happy SWF!

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  13. Absolutely fantastic photos! So glad you were able to capture these moments and share them on SWF.

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  14. The sunrise is spectacular. Happy New Year!

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  15. Oh my gosh, Anna - those photos are spectacular! Jeffrey obviously does not realize what he's missing!

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