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Kentish skies


I have been lucky enough to visit 
and live in many town and countries
IF you severely twisted my arm,
Kent is the probably place 
I would choose as home...
I think...

In mid December I visited with my folks in Kent.
One day on the short drive home, 
after a shopping trip I tried to capture the view from the car window... at speed!


Mum stopped the car so I might capture the thick bank of cloud dividing the sky


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Comments

  1. Lovely skies .. Kent is one of those places, like Cornwall, that I have read about in novels and want to visit .. thanks for the peek

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  2. Yes, I remember laughing as we chased the sunset, looking for a place from where you could get a good shot, and ended up facing a farm gate. Wish I knew how to get pics from my phone to the pc...next time Saz?

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  3. I particularly love the textures of the 4th photo - looks almost like a textile, the trees are so tangible - Beautiful, Saz - you have such creative talents xxx

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  4. What lovely atmospheric shots!Take a gold star...

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  5. What a lovely thing to do with your mum. My dad would never stop the car for a photo of the sky!! Very beautiful,lovely idea for a friday.

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  6. Very beautiful shots of the sky. Your mom is so sweet :)

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  7. Pretty skies. I like that bank of clouds that cut across the sky.

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  8. It's over 30 years since I was last in Kent - I remember how beautiful it is. :)

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  9. Your skies are beautiful. My daughter and I are planning a trip to your country and I do want to see some blue sky when we come ;-)

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  10. like these sky shots...lovely.
    have a great weekend.

    erin

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  11. Beautiful and I love that they're driving shots.

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  12. Very pretty. So nice of your mum to know you'd want to photograph and stop for you.

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  13. For a minute I thought you were driving and taking photos at the same time! Hows things?

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  14. Great sky!! :o) Love the clouds..

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  15. Really great collection of colour and beautiful photos.

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  16. I used to go parachuting in Headcorn, Kent. Ahhhhhhhh, happy memories! Beautiful shots, thanks for bringing a smile to my face.

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  17. Lovely shots

    and here is AMy W pre drugs!! SHe does look better than she has recently -

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TaPubacOLM

    And I have some awards for you too - drop over :)

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  18. Hi
    Not sure where I've found you. Why is it everybody in the world takes better photos than me. Nice blog. Will be back.

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  19. Gorgeous. My friend has a house on a sort of cliff in Kent overlooking the weald and it's absolutely spectacular. In fact, if I could have any house anywhere I wanted, I would steal hers for the view.

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  20. Winter can be dull but it does gives us some wonderful skies.

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  21. I like Kent too...especially Leeds castle. Great photos Saz and thanks for the lovely comments over at mine. Hope you and yours are well. Be in touch soon hopefully :) Hxx

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  22. I think there has to be one place where each of us would settle down. Even those people who say they can never settle down.

    CJ xx

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  23. I'm going to learn to start taking my camera with me so I can grab lovely shots like these! Well done!
    Sandi

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  24. The sky has a lot to offer, fickle bleeding bluish thing. Nice!

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Take the weight of your feet, draw up a chair and pour yourself a cuppa. Leave your troubles at the door and together we shall ride out the storms.
I will walk a while in your shoes...

Saz x

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