Friday, February 17, 2017

Skywatch Friday - Pink Skies

Only one more month until St. Patrick's Day.

I'm not about to post pictures of a green sky.  But pink, well, that's another story.

Yesterday morning, I left my house in upstate New York to commute to work. I was just in time to see the last seconds of a pink dawn sky.

After an exercise walk at the nearby shopping mall, I was greeted by a pre-sunset sky, the clouds lit up by the setting sun.
It's so nice to go home in light.

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17 comments:

  1. When I used to commute from Charlottesville to DC (on the Southern Crescent, another treasure), i loved seeing the sunrise and sunsets out the window. (It was a great break from grading papers, to boot!)

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  2. Hello, pretty colors and captures of the sky. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  3. Mother Nature sure does give us beautiful sights in the sky daily.

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  4. Thanks for the St. Patrick's Day reminder. (I meant to update something after Valentine's Day...) Pretty sky.

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  5. Beautiful strokes from the Master Artist. I enjoyed your sky shots, Alana. They are lovely captures!

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    1. High praise, Esha. After all, all I do is capture what is already put there for my eyes.

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  6. I don't know what it is about the early morning and early evening skies that affects me so. Your photos are just beautiful!

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    1. Thank you. Stop by every Friday- I love participating in this particular Friday meme.

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  7. You are a true blogger having a camera wherever and whenever. Great shots.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi. All my pictures are taken with an iPhone. It makes photography so much easier.

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  8. Alana, I'm enjoying your contributions to SkyWatch Friday. The power of nature to create a beautiful scene in the sky has fascinated me since I was just a kid. Thank you for sharing your photos!

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