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PHOTOSTORY & SKYWATCH FRIDAY - North, South, East, West




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North, South, East, West

standing out on the rotunda balcony at work, yes again,
and I noticed that the sky to my left and right were so different
so I took one photogrpah to illustrate the differing skies
at the four main Cardinal points approx 3.30pm

Facing North- The Castle in sunlight, the sky heavy


Facing East - Brooding heavy sky

Facing South - Rooftops & clouds

Facing west  - The Millenium Bridge & a clear sky& sunshine




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Comments

  1. seems like the world is having the strangest skies lately.

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  2. Very similar skies to ours these days. Lovely views. :D

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  3. That was a clever idea for SW..looks like our skies in Buffalo NY

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  4. We are definately telepathic: I took four pictures on thursday of the four points and thought about posting them but you know I always need help so I left it...each point was so different. Good work.

    the verification word is antsockh, who would have thought they needed 'em?

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  5. Very moody skies. We get a lot of that too! Great shots.

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  6. Oh, I just LOVE the way you see the world through your lens and your skywatch shots!!

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  7. I've seen the skies look that way...different from each angle, and us needing rain, wondering why those to the East and West are getting gulleywashers and we're getting NOTHING! Lovely shots!
    Sandi

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  8. I am a lover of castles and that one looks fabulous.

    CJ xx

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  9. That is one forboding looking sky.

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