Skywatch Friday ~ July 4


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Abraham Lincoln said…
Hi Linda,

I think this is going to be the best Sky Watch Friday yet. The things I have seen are very encouraging and the photography is spot on.

I really admire your photography skills and your critical eye for composition, lighting and texture.

Abraham Lincoln
—Brookville Daily Photo
NikkiD said…
very pretty!!
SandyCarlson said…
I love the way the haze flattens the distant landscape into a watercolor painting. You have quite a view.
Jenn said…
Great location. Do you live near the area? I love this picture for sure!

My SWF photo is posted HERE.

Hope you could stop by, too. Thanks!
Luke Wiley said…
This is very peaceful! very nice scene!
My Sky Watch Friday posts
Linda said…
Yes I do.

a l I have put your blog into my reader to go back to look at, especially to read some hints, thanks.

This particular photo my husband took, I chose it from a group.

Thanks guys.
Rose said…
I really like the photo for Sky Watch but I LOVE your header photo.
Linda said…
Thank you rose.
quinttarantino said…
It is well known that we Portuguese once sailed the seven seas searching for new lands, wealth and adventures.
We were brave in those days and gave the world new worlds!

Luckily I don’t have to sail the big oceans on a small ship to sea the wonders of our world …
No Sir, I just need to check with Mr. Tom, the finest host there is, for a trip around the world with SKY WATCH TOURS and with a click here, a click there I am quickly in the USA, England, Brazil, Italy, China, Australia, Finland … well, everywhere.

And on each stop I come to see a little marvel of our world under a great sky!
Hope you can come and see my piece of the sky at lenses & visions
Perfect entry for skywatch… all I can say is that “you’ll be the sun in somebody else’s sky”…LoL! Mine’s up too hope you can drop by…
TomGu said…
A perfect scenery! Nice picture.
Old Wom Tigley said…
Hi Linda
I will start by thanking you for the time and effort you put into Sky Watch is really appreciated by man.. those that visit and leave comment and the many other that just visit.
Enjoy your Sky Watch
Tom

This is a delightful view you have captured.
Tom
Linda said…
Thanks Tom.

I must say, when we see the snow and realise it is clear, we think we are just around the corner. We are usually on our way home to make tea. Then by the time we get there, the light has faded. So it is a thrill when you can see the snow clearly.

We had visitors on the weekend, wanted to take them to see the snow, but it was foggy.
Julie said…
Hello Linda, what a wonderful happenstance. Where are you - down near Cooma somewheres. You have lots of lovely images on your blog and I have only read one of your sea/tree change stories as yet. Have to add you to my favourites.
Jenty said…
What a pretty place you've captured there, and so much greener than your header!
Linda said…
The red in the side of the road is a native grass that grows here, but not in my hometown. I am delighted to have a small piece in my nature strip. It did make it look dry this year, but I remember one year being delighted to look at it along the sides of the roads in New South Wales. One day I saw parrots feeding on it on the higher ground.

Thanks julie, a bit further south.
Linda said…
Actually West.
AnneKa said…
Great sky watch post, still trying to see all the sky watch photos on Tom's blog.

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