Friday, December 9, 2016

Skywatch Friday - Big Ball in the Sky

In upstate New York, it is time for the lake-effect snows.

It will be snowing on and off for the next few days, accompanied by white skies and a shy sun.

But, earlier in the week, I was able to get a couple of pictures of the sun and sky for #Skywatch Friday.  When we see the sun, we say "what's that big ball in the sky?"

Welcome to Binghamton, New York.

Sunday, December 4, about 1:30 pm.
Friday, December 2 at sunset.

Visit Skywatch Friday for more pictures of the sky, of sunrises and sunset, and more, from all over the world.

11 comments:

  1. Oh, I am in love with the first pic <3

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  2. Seems like winter is hitting everywhere. You did great on your photos.

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  3. Wow, did you actually get a shot of the sun? Nice!

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  4. Mmm, yes. Skywatch Friday? That sounds like fun!

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  5. Very pretty skies! It is getting cold here in north Florida, but nothing like your weather of course.

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  6. Alana, Thank you for your comment on my blog today. I appreciate comments, but more importantly, in this case, it allowed me to find your blog. What a neat blog you have here! I am your newest follower. I just looked over several of your posts and I'm impressed. I like the way you write from your heart. I loved your posts on the 75th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. I think we share several interests like skywatch and nature photos. In your sidebar I see that you have recently considered an Amazon Echo Dot. Of all things, so have I! :-) I'm not there yet, but it may be in my near future. Anyway, thanks again for stopping by my blog and leaving me the kind comment. Hope you have a fine weekend ahead! John

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  7. Such opposite feelings from these pictures. The first is so serene, the second a bit angry.

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  8. I'm so totally spoiled. It's rare when we can't see the sun in S California!

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  9. I love looking at the sky - the sunrise sky, the sunset sky, the night sky...I so love it all. Lovely pictures, Alana! <3

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  10. San Antonio, Texas is usually sunny and bright, so this week of rain and dark skies have been the topic of conversation everywhere you go. We'll take the 30-something degrees, just bring back the sun.

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