Thursday, June 4, 2009
Sky Watch #47
Many thanks to the team of Klaus, Sandy, Ivar, Wren, Fishing Guy, and Louise for their work in bringing us Sky Watch each week. We really appreciate it!
My photos today are of a late afternoon a few weeks ago, over the Delaware Bay.
Labels: Delaware Bay, Sky Watch
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Oh my... I especially love that last photo with the naked tree.
the tree is so sweet
and the light on the still water is so beautiful
I really love the one with the tree. Love the effect. Great shots!
Bobbie these pictures are lovely. What great notelets they would make for writting to friends.
Thanks for sharing.
Oh, I love them, Bobbie! What fabulous shots! I love the soft colors and the tree looks as though it's sketched against the sky.
I couldn't sign in today for whatever reason this time, but I do have some skies posted.
Have a great weekend.
These shots are incredible, bobbie. I will have my post "Looking at the Sky on Friday" up a little later. :)
Lovely lavender sky!
Soft skies, great composition, and the last one with the lone tree is my favorite!
My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.
Beautiful light and calm water - so serence!
Beautiful skies...I love the rays...and the sun sparkling in the water...the lone tree is stark simplicity...very nice...
Gorgeous photos, the reflection of the sun on the water is beautiful and the last one where you've composed the tree in the middle is also lovely. All great images. Thanks for sharing them.
Great photos Bobbie..
But it looks like most of us are in agreement...the last photo is beautiful!
Those are really pretty. I've always loved seeing the sun's light reflecting in the water like that. Great sky shots. :-)
You have caught some great shots the with the gentle tints of the sky, so very beautiful.
wow! Bobbie, your sky & sea pics are beautiful!
Wonderful shots all ... but my favorite is the last one today ;--)
Hugs and blessings,
Lovely sky. Looking at it makes one happy to be alive.
So beautiful and serene...
I love that last one ... there is something about bare trees reaching up towards the sky..
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