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EASTON SKIES - PHOTO STORY FRIDAY


I wasn't sure which club to attach this post to so did both, hope that's ok!?



Hosted by Cecily and MamaGeek

The view of the south eastern skyline

from our former home of nine years

could be pretty spectacular!

Just beyond the horizon is the hamlet of Easton,

hence the title.

Autumn Haze

Winter Daze


Spring Rainbow

Summer Harvest

ABC photostory friday Hosted by Cecily and MamaGeek

Comments

  1. What's wrong with me? Why is the winter one the most appealing?

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  2. What! another year gone--just in a flash!
    Very beautiful and wonderful concept. MB

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  3. What a great photo serie! Wonderful!

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  4. Oh wow -- that's a really nice set...

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  5. what beautiful photos!!! wonderful swf

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  6. those are great! i love change of seasons photos

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  7. Marvelous series. Very original idea. The photos are all beautiful. Of course, the rainbow has to be my favorite.

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  8. I like your style. Wonderful series of seasonal images.

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  9. I'm with womaninawindow. That winter shot can almost make one long for the cold season.

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  10. Great photos. I bet it doesn't look anything like any of those photos today. It's just grey, grey, grey and wet, wet, wet here.

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  11. Beautiful pictures! What a gorgeous spot.

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  12. Those are fantastic!!! And I think I'm with WOmaninawindow...winter is my favorite. Which is weird for me since I am not a winter girl usually. But really they are all wonderful!

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  13. Your spoiling people here! 4 wonderful pics form every season is almost too much. That autumn-photo is my choice.

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  14. Wow, such great photos! I love the different seasons at the same angle! So lovely!

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  15. Beautiful pics! I really like the soft have of the sun in the first pic and the streaks across the sky. Very cool!

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  16. Very nice photographs. I like the summer harvest.

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  17. That's lovely. I like the rainbow one most. Great idea and a great view, for capturing the seasons.

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  18. Wow, great pictures. Love the seasonal aspect.

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  19. I love those shots! What a view.

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  20. All of these images are great - I think the spring rainbow is my favourite, but winter is also fantastic.

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  21. Beautiful posts. My fav is the winter days. Great color!

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  22. I like them allas a series, because I love the changes that come with the seasons. You have captured that.

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  23. WOW! I've always wanted to do this from my yard as well. I think I will. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  24. Absolutely fabulous sky pictures!

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  25. Oh how beautiful!!! I love the name of your blog, too. :)

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  26. Truly beautiful collection of shots.

    In answer to your question, I'm back home now, with almost 5000 pictures and a million great memories of my six days in the Yukon.

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  27. Gorgeous series! I like the winter daze.

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  28. Beautiful pictures! So nice that you got all the seasons.

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  29. How fabulous to see all four seasons from one vantage point! Beautiful photographs, a delight for the eye.

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  30. Excellent!! These are so nicely done. They're perfect captures of four magnificent views. I like that it was the same perspective on each one. That theme worked so well here!

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