Friday, November 9, 2018

True Colors #SkywatchFriday

Our fall foliage season in upstate New York is rapidly drawing to a close.

Sunday, in golden hour light, a large cloud tried to eclipse the light show.  It didn't succeed.
Nearby, a rainbow (bottom right center) appeared.
Earlier that day, I saw this view from a parking lot of the senior facility where my mother in law lives.

On Election Day, I did some neighborhood walking on the West Side of Binghamton, New York before I voted.
On November 7, the morning golden hour highlighted this tree in downtown Binghamton, New York. 

November 7, noontime, an office building was framed between two banks of trees and some clouds.

A final (sunny day) golden hour morning shot - a burning bush with Bradford pears behind, this near Johnson City, New York.  Red or blue? Take your pick. (In the United States, a political party identifies with each of these colors.) Nature doesn't care how you voted.

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  1. Great photos! I clicked on them to enlarge them. The third and the sixth are my favorites
    Have a wonderful weekend!

  2. Wow - that is SOME cloud! Love the autumn foliage shots too.

  3. Beautiful! Sooo envious! I wait every year for my Virginia creeper to turn a spectacular no-frost-yet red. But in the 22 years I've had it, we have only escaped the frost once. Sigh.

  4. The clouds in the first photo look so heavy and dramatic! Love the fall color photos.

  5. I love your Fall colors. That sky in the first photo is spectacular.

  6. beautiful photographs! I really enjoyed looking at the clouds!

  7. Superb... Every walk must be a visual delight!

  8. The first one is a very impressive photo.
    Especially the shadows , sun and clouds !


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