October 15, 2010

[SkyWatch] One view. Dozen Skies.






 Manila, 2010

All taken from an upstairs window within the last ten days for SkyWatch Friday. As usual, a larger view of a sky can be seen in a new tab by clicking on it, and many MORE STUNNING skies from around the world can be seen by clicking on the link.

27 comments:

Kay L. Davies said...

Fabulous!
Your photos are always so GOOD, Francisca!

Kay, Alberta

Tricia said...

You sure did great shooting all these & what a variety of captures

Sylvia K said...

These are really superb! What a terrific job you did! I love being able to see all the different skies and colors in the same place! Great idea, Francisca! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Lorac said...

Very creative! Great skies.

Pat Tillett said...

very nice!

James said...

That's amazing! What a great idea!

cieldequimper said...

What a marvellous idea. This looks like a very American water tower though.

You know what? I'd miss my wool socks and jumpers if we didn't have winter! Really cold winter too, though they are getting rarer.

EG Wow said...

You have a lovely view!

joo said...

Hi Francisca - it's a fabulous post for SWF:)
Greetings.
Joo

Kim, USA said...

Amazing and beautiful sky Francisca. Happy Friday!
Sky Reflection

Jacob said...

Very creatively done, Francisca! You do have a nice view...

By the way I did send you a bagel and lox and all that but something happened - it disappeared up near Astoria ... heh, heh.

VP said...

An original and very good idea: brava!

Laura said...

the essence of mind...life, thoughts, reality always changing...beautiful.

rhoen said...

wonderful series of skywatch, francisca!

Judie said...

Hahaha! I loved your Frost quote! I have used the same one several times.
What an interesting life, and what wonderful photos!
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Anita Johnson said...

Isn't the sky amazing? The heavens really do "declare the glory of God, the skies proclaim the works of His hands!"

Luna Miranda said...

one of the reasons why i love SWF--it makes me pause and look up more. i love every mood here. have a great weekend.

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10 days, you are a persistent photographer. Your hard work is paid off.

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anjoe playhouse said...

Great shots - I hope you have a good chair placed by the window ;-)

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jennyfreckles said...

This is a really good idea. I have often thought that a series of photos of a familiar view in different lights would be interesting. Now I know I was right - well done you, for not just thinking but acting on it. And isn't it amazing how one sky can be so many different skies?

Kaori said...

Your photos are like one big gorgeous collage! I love how you captured the many many expressions the sky has :D

Prity said...

SUPER!!!

Hilda said...

This is so cool!

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

Great shots! Am lo0king f0rward to seeing th0se beautiful skies again in my c0untry s0on... weekend getaway @ kenting

JM said...

I'm back! :-) Wonderful post, Francisca!