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My sky

Cemetery chapel, behind our home,
taken over the 9 foot hedge,
standing on a footstool,
very precariously!
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Sandy Carlson, Louise, Sylvia, Klaus, Wren, & Fishing Guy

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  1. Beautiful sky. And the bloggers who post these shots have made me appreciate a lovely sky even more. Happy weekend to you.

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  3. Beautiful Saz. We had a clear sky today for the first time in two weeks. Missing our Bay sunsets.

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  4. Beautiful .. love those colors

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  5. Risking life and definitely limb to get our Friday skywatch. What a gal!

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  6. Love the way the light comes through the tower. Very nice.

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  7. beautiful - that looks just like my church!

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  8. That is absolutely breath taking! YOu are such a good photographer and have soo many wonderful scenes to take pictures of :).

    I love the picture on your page of the two children dancing in the rain. That is truly what life is about! I think that is very well said!

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  9. Looks nice all framed by the bare branches and the Church.

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  10. First of all, having just read your last post, get yerself back to pilates girl. I've just started it and it's made a huge difference so feel best to encourage you in that direction! Also I completely get what you say about love thyself and have to keep reminding myself of the same thing - a wonderful post, thank you. Also i love the pic. glad you didn't do yourself a mischief on that stool! Lastly, many thanks for your words of support, they mean a lot. xxx

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  11. Love the photo AND that you got up on a footstool to snap it!
    ;^)
    Love the sidebar photo of dancing in the rain, too! ;^)

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  12. How I wish I could have taken a 'behind the scenes' photo of the photographer, on this occasion! LOL :0)

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  13. Beautiful pic. Glad I clicked over. I was at Nancy's. ( Life in the 2nd Half)

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  14. Gorgeous, Saz. The colours are wonderful.

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  15. hope you said hello to my nana and pop who are residing in there when you took the photo!!!!

    Gill in Canada

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  16. Saz- wow you really nailed the time and light. Cool. I like the one you stole, too. ~rick

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  17. I love photos of churches in silhouette - they're so comforting - and this is one of the best.

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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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