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Daylight evenings on SKY WATCH FRIDAY


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In the last week alone, 
it has been almost daylight,


 then more daylight, each evening
and when I've finished after work
 I have been able to take Pippa for a good solid walk


Come on woman!! Always looking up and NOT at me!

I continue to be mesmirised by the naked branches reaching ever upwards

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  1. Wow these shots are awesome, well done.

    Have a great weekend!
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  2. I was so mesmerised by your last photo of naked, veined branches that I've been looking up at any tree I've passed in the past week!

    Yes, at last, the evenings are getting lighter. It is almost light when I get home from work now. I just need it to be light when I leave in the morning and I can start to feel better.

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  3. It's like the limbs are Japanese calligraphy! Love all the colors in these photos!

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  4. Oh, those longer daylight hours are heaven sent, and your pictures reflect that beautifully!
    Love that bare tree, quiet a character.

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  5. Beautiful photos - I take similar ones this time of year. Something about those naked arms reaching, bending, and clawing that captures my imagination again, and again.

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  6. Wonderful sky photos. I love how the sky appears to be framing the branches in the first photo.

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  7. Great shots! The trees on the last one, almost look like they are reaching out for you! Almost a little creepy...But still so beautiful!

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  8. i love the branches against the sky so much.. i painted it on my master bedroom wall! :D

    great pics!

    Tracie

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  9. Branches of the trees are amazing, I love how they seem to take a life of their own...
    Very nice photos!
    Mountain Retreat

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  10. Saz, the photos are captivating and a story in their own right.

    Sheila :-)

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  11. It's always good to look up! You see so much.
    I like the longer days, too. Makes a big difference in how I feel and how much I get done, it seems.

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  12. I love how the branches are all twisty turny. And the colors of the sky behind them is beautiful. Come visit me and comment or you know you will feel guilty ;-) See, I do read other posts. I enjoyed your blog very much.

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  13. I love the tree's at this time of year, so much more interesting to photograph. Great shots!

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  14. I love the last one because of the rosy florid color with the blue. Excellent.

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  15. What a lovely place you have for a walk.

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  16. Isn't this time of year wonderful - light coming back, all the promise of renewal in spring...love it, and your pics!

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  17. Lovely Sazzie, I think that I shall never see, a poem lovely as a tree.

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  18. what a beautiful setting for a walk, i loved your pics and have been following your blog now for about a week. truly awesome. take care, cinner

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  19. Naked trees look so much better than when they are covered with their stuff. Lovely photos.

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  20. Great photos...love the trees in the sky...and the tinges of pink...(handbag diva, be right over)

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  21. Love the pictures! So stark and beautiful!

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  22. OOOOOOH .. I love those trees .. those branches are like curlicues ..

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  23. Fantastic pictures, I think I need a new camera..

    CJ xx

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  24. Me again - I've been following a few skywatch blogs for a while now and am interested in having a go. What do I need to do?

    CJ xx

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  25. These twigs in every direction and each fighting for more light to feed itself and that is not much different from what we do. I love trees and especially the giant oaks.

    My Skywatch Post

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  26. I can see why! Especially that last shot. Evocative.

    (You asked about that shark boat picture of mine. I took it in heavy fog in morning light so that was a lot of it. Taking it with a higher exposure helps to get a starker light composition. But curves in photohop serves me really, really well. Plus I process in Adobe Bridge as raw before I bring it over. A lot to improve on my photos which would otherwise be less than they are. I've still a tonne to learn! Thanks for asking, though.)

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I will walk a while in your shoes...

Saz x

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