Thursday, January 29, 2009

Sky Watch #29

The new Sky Watch Friday is doing really well. Please check out the site and link in if you wish to participate. There were 333 people last week with beautiful Sky photos. We had Mr. Linky problems again so some couldn't sign in. You can link in from my side bar or at the start of this post.


These winter skies just keep coming. The Sun is working hard to shine.
It does make for some interesting views.
Here is another day with a red sky sunrise. We had snow that night.

Go and visit some great skies throughout the world. I will be traveling until the weekend so if I don't visit that is the reason.

51 comments:

Tink *~*~* said...

Boy those really overcast, wintry days when the sun just cannot seem to penetrate. I remember them well! Hope everyone in the frozen north drives carefully and stays warm!

Tink *~*~*
My Mobile Adventures *~*~* presents - Doo, doo, doo, lookin’ out my back door at the SKY!

Sylvia K said...

What gorgeous shots!! It's hard sometimes to make winter look gorgeous, but you've succeeded! I'm still unable to see Mr. Linky and I've tried a lot of things, but I will still post sky photos because it's fun and hopefully a few of you will find your way over to
http://sylviafromoverthehill.blogspot.com
Have a great weekend!

Carver said...

Those are lovely shots. The red sunrise is so beautiful and I love the winter scenes.

bowledover said...

Folk lore regarding the weather is not a bad thing to have in mind.Lovely pictures, thank you for sharing.

Ferreira-Pinto said...

Gorgeous and strong photos!

Kathy said...

These are great pictures. Looks very cold though. That last picture looks like fire in the background. =) Hope you have a great week.

Dewdrop said...

The sky gives away how cold it is... brr.. Beautiful wintery scenes you've captured.

Carletta said...

You've had much prettier skies there than we have and some sun as well.
Nice shots FG!

Ida said...

Very nice series.
I like the colors in the horizon in the last shot.
Have a safe trip and a happy weekend! :)

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Dramatic looking skies.I hope you soon get some sunshine.
Blessings,Ruth

Louise said...

It IS interesting in your skies, but MY-OH-MY how cold it looks!

Skies said...

These are beautiful photos. The sun fighting the snow :)

Happy Skywatching!

Babooshka said...

I am glad the sun did not shine. These aare so much more for having less.

Michele said...

That red sky sunrise is quite amazing, isn't it!? Wow... that just really glows brightly...
A very beautiful series of photos.
Hope you are doing well.
Talk to you soon!
(Hugs)

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Guy D said...

Excellent shots, thanks for sharing.

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

Shionge said...

Amazing shots FG

Sara G said...

Great pictures. The sun came out here for about five minutes yesterday... I guess a little more snow is coming tonight, a dusting to an inch.
Snow snow, I am ready for SPRING!!

alicesg said...

Very beautiful photo for SWF. Have a nice weekend and keep warm.

Naturegirl said...

Love the sunrise in your last image!
January grey skies are the bleakest time of year.

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Very wintery photos, Fishing Guy. You caught a great sky in that last one. "Evening gray and morning red, keep the traveler in his bed."

Ken Conger Photography said...

Nice sky series as always. Blue Skies.

gel said...

These overcast skies remind me of the ones here. (I need to remember that I can sign in from your site, b/c I wondered where mr. linky went)
Especially liked 3rd one down. Enjoy your trip!

Rob (Inukshuk Adventure) said...

That red sunrise, just visible through the silhouetted trees, is quite magical.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Love the winter skies, Tom. I especially love the sunrise one.
Thanks,
Betsy

George said...

You got some beautiful sky pictures. Thanks for sharing them with us!

Denise said...

Lovely winter sky photos, you took some great shots.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Great shots Tom. I hope your injuries are healing well and you are still enjoying your trip. It will be good to have you back. :)

Pietro said...

Great winter light in these pictures, Fishing Guy.
The last view with that shade of red is splendid.

Tabib said...

The last pic is my pick, like a fire in under those leave less trees.

RuneE said...

Some of the ones I have seen lately I also want to disappear!

Vic said...

nice! nice! nice! :)

Vic said...

I know you're part of the skywatch team. i just want to ask something. well, I recently added google adsense on my blog and I still want to be part of the skywatch. Can I still be permitted to join? thanks!

chanpheng said...

Those pictures are beautiful but they make me shiver! It's not so cold here!

Shellmo said...

The last shot was my favorite!

Mary said...

I like the hint of color at the end. I'm getting tired of winter skies!

Anne-Berit said...

Beautiful captures,love the last photo.

chanpheng said...

Beautiful shots; however doesn't look like I'd want to be fishing in this weather.

Darla said...

Oh that red peeking out is so beautiful!

Debbie @Like a Rose said...

Great series! I think the first one is my favorite but I love the unexpected line of color in the last one.

imac said...

That cloud formation is just something out of this worls Fishing Guy.

Afanja said...

These are great shots again, Fishing Guy. Specialy the first and the last are very beautiful.
It's better to see your clouds then the grey moist we've had for some weeks. But since yesterday the sun is back.
Have a good weekend.

The Good Life in Virginia said...

like the last photo with the red/rose line peeking through the trees...lovely.
have a good weekend.

erin

Suz Broughton said...

Looks coooold! Very nice shots. WIth the music it really gave me a country feeling.

floreta said...

lovely pictures. my favorite is the first and third one.

tipper said...

Such foreboding skies-guess they are appropriate for winter. The second to the last is my favorite.

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Hi Fishing

Wonderful skies!
Marvelous landscaps, the last is the most beautiful!

Luiz

Sara Chapman in Seattle said...

The challenge of gray skies in photography, met very well here. Of course the last one with the red stripe is the thriller for me. Nice!

Patricia said...

I loved all of them! You can easily make some postcards out of them :)
beautiful!!
Have a great weekend!


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Small City Scenes said...

Those shots look mighty cold. I do wish it would warm up here too. MB

Tarolino said...

So it goes: Red sky in the morning, shepherd's warning. But it is a lovely shot. It's always nice to see some colour after many grey days.

Judy said...

My favourite is the second last - with all the clouds! It looks so tumultuous!!
Thanks for sharing!