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Friday, June 20, 2008

Sky Watch


Clearing skies at Lake Ramsay (Louisiana.) Taken last Autumn. See yesterday's post for an additional sky photo.
"Sky Watch" is the brainchild of Tom Wigley.

21 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

Wow, Lana, this is about as good as good ever gets. You should win a prize for this one.

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Charles Gramlich said...

Love those rays breaking free.

Judi-gmj said...

Awesome!

Tommy V said...

Great Photo

Powell River Books said...

So beautiful with the trees in the foreground. We get some spectacular clouds here in British Columbia, especially over the ocean. My entry is a solar halo. I invite you to come see. -- Margy

Anemone said...

LOOK at the sunbeams :-0

Nice weekend.

Rose said...

This is gorgeous...always love the sun's rays streaming through clouds.

Daniel J Santos said...

beautiful light.

Demon Hunter said...

Simply beautiful. Exquisite. :*)

Old Wom Tigley said...

It really is a great capture.. picture perfect for any day not just Sky watch

Thank you for being a part of Sky Watch this week, your post and comments are much appreciated.
Tom ;O)

Larry said...

It looks like it could be a cover for a christian oriented cd or card.-I thought you said you weren't into that sort of thing-just kidding.-lovely photo.

laughingwolf said...

what an inspirational shot, lana, it's superb! :)

Sandpiper said...

This is beautiful, Lana! Great SkyWatch pic!

Sidney said...

Very nice capture of the light.

Travis said...

Thank you for taking a minute to post that picture.

esnorway said...

great pic

Middle Ditch said...

One word ... WOW

Ladybug said...

So so SO beautiful, Lana! Amazing shot!

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

That is just beautiful! Excellent Sky Watch! Thanks.

Natural said...

one of your best photos!

Shauna Roberts said...

Wonderful! Have you ever thought of selling prints of your photograph? This one would sell well, I think.

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