The glorious lamp of heaven, the radiant sun, Is Nature's eye ~John Dryden
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Posted by VioletSky
Labels: Lake Ontario, SWF
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- feeding time
- K is for Kajama
- bar headed goose
- Chemung River
- sunset on the beach strip
- J is for jukebox
- a covered bridge
- just passing through
- nature’s eye
- I is for irreplaceable insulbrick
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- under the bridge
- fly a kite
- H is for hawk
- lazy days of summer
- Bridge St
- log rolling
- under a violet sky
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Warmth, coolness, texture, foreboding. This photo has it all.
Awesome your Canadian sky. Thanks for sharing this "eye candy".
A wonderful skywatch, love the colors on the horizon.
Those are evil looking clouds. What a great shot!
Love the radiant red sandwiched in between! Great composition!
Simply beautiful, - the lovely shade of the beach (?) catches the eye and emphasizes the greeny grey of the water.
What a fascinating shot, that sky has it all!
and it's so beautiful, very peaceful to look at.
Clairz has it right, this photo has it all! Incredible capture! Hope you have a great weekend!
love your imagery
enjoy the weekend
Nice ! the colors are fabulous, thanks for sharing with Sky Watch Friday
Beautiful clouds, very ominous looking.
Love the quote. Love the way the clouds and water sandwich the orange, the last color of the day.
i love how the golden glow is sandwiched between the clouds and sea :)
wow, beautiful and mysterious. fantastic photo.
Love how the orange is such a deep shade below the grey cloud and a pastel above.
A stunning shot with the shock of red right over the water.
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What a remarkable photo this is with that flash of red between dark sky and water! Beautiful post...
What na beautiful shot! Love the sky and water.
Thanks for stopping by!
Did you hear about the vandalsim on the bridge - it takes all kinds! What a unique project she organized.
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