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SKY WATCH FRIDAY

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Another sunrise skyline from our old farmhouse home.


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  1. Very pretty swirl of colour! Lovely pic!

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  2. Great catch for Skywatch! Mine's up too hope you can visit... Happy weekend!

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  3. Lovely sky at sunrise.

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  4. Lovely colors--yellow!!
    Great photos! Really enjoy your site.
    Nina at Nature Remains

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  5. Love this! What an interesting cloud pattern, and how terrific to have that wide open view from your home. (A tiny bit jealous here!)

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  6. beautiful colours and cloud formation

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  7. Wow, this is an amazing sky! Beautiful clouds and colors in this.

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  8. What a shot! You are lucky you lived in a place to see vistas like this! Thank you for sharing!

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  9. Magnificent morning sky!
    Congratulations, masterful how you captured this stunning sunrise, one of the best I have seen on my rounds.
    Wishing you beautiful Indian Summer days, with many opportunities to take out your camera,
    M.

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  10. Beautiful photo - contrast in colors and textures are simply stunning. Very nicely captured!

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  11. Smart! Looks like an colossal unfolding nuclear mushroom! I sincerely hope it wasn't, though I guess we would have read about that by now.

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  12. Thanks for sharing this lovely photo with us.
    I live in a built up area and as a consequence love to see such open space.

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  13. What a beautiful sky! Great colours!

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  14. Wonderful pinks! I think it is a great picture and you hardly look frumpish (if the sidebar is to be believed)!

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  15. Very neat view for sure! Thanks for posting your pic :)

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  16. Yowza .. I think that one of the best today!

    :-Daryl

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  17. What a dramatic sky. Great shot!

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  18. Love the view. Ever seen the Northern lights? I'd love to one day...

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  19. The colours in those undulating clouds are scrumptious! :D

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  20. Speechless...just looking and looking and looking.

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  21. That is such a beautiful colored sky!

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  22. What a fabulous sky...great picture. XXXXX

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  23. This is a gorgeous mix of glorious colors! I love the beautiful clouds and delightful view to wake up to!

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