Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Skywatch *4

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Dear friends, I am but subliminaly connected to the
net and will be out of range until the end of next week.
Please leave me a comment and forgive me for
not checking your post this week. Will
rectify the omission when back in range.

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A rising sheet of nimbus...
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looming over the sky...

welling up like a tsunami...

be afraid, be very afraid!

These photographs were taken within the space of 5 minutes.


Please click on Skywatch logo on the right to fly the skies
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39 comments:

  1. Enjoy your trip, Arija! You are missed in the bloggyhood.

    Beautiful sky.

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  2. Hallo,
    I could not start my vacatin, my car was broken.
    ... and I got the chance to visit your beautiful SWF # 4.
    I'll start tomorrow.
    Have a nice time.

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  3. Geez! How Beautiful!! Wish I could use a camera like this!! Happy night!

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  4. Gorgeous skies. Amazing, how quickly they change.

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  5. Arija, these photos are amazing. Almost looks like a big flying saucer. Have a great trip

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  6. wow..COOL shots

    I hope have time to stop at my SWF post : in here and here Thanks

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  7. I hope you got umbrella up in time!

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  8. WOW! I am amazed with that 2nd to the last shot! Great captures!~

    Mine is HERE.Thanks! Happy SWF!

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  9. nice series of pictures. I love the whole in the sky

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  10. Great pictures! It is amazing how fast the clouds move! Happy SWF!

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  11. What a great series and so ominous....

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  12. No apologisies needed, These dramatic beauties speak for themselves.

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  13. I love how in a split second the inage can be so different.Wonderful collection.

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  14. Arija, danke für Ihren Besuch und Ihren sehr lieben Kommentar!

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  15. What an amazing, forboding wall of cloud. Very eerie. Well done.

    Sharon

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  16. Just stopping in to say hello and wow, beautiful photos, What happened after you stopped taking them???

    I was out of internet and cell range for the last week too. We were 10,000 ft. up in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, in a little log cabin with no running h2o, and electricty only by a generator. It really did us good... but now, so much to catch up on!

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  17. Very cool series. Or very scary series. Really like it no matter which!

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  18. I love those trees stretching up to the sky.

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  19. How swift the clouds go by, leaving another image by the minute! Thanks for your visit and have a great week!

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  20. Very good - that tree is a real advantage.

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  21. Marvellous the photographs, splendid the skies with the grey clouds!
    Great shots!

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  22. First fatanstic sky...then scary sky!!
    Great post!

    Santilli

    PS>Hope to see you in TODAY'S FLOWERS, next Monday.

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  23. I would be afraid if I saw that comin' at me. But they make for some beautiful shots. I love how you captured the movement.

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  24. I love clouds and yours are very interesting, not unlike what we have here in the States. Happy SWF.

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  25. That is one fast moving, scary looking cloud!

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  26. These are wonderful. The drama is astounding.

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  27. WOW scarey !!!!!beautiful too but scarey!

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  28. Amazing clouds,
    the more amazing that they changed from timid to threatening withing a few minutes!

    Bon voyages and may you collect many happy memories. :-)

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  29. Ariga: What a great series of cloud buid-up in the Sky.

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  30. Vielen Dank für Deinen Kommentar! Deine Himmmelsbilder sind wunderbar, auch die anderen Fotos in Deinem Blog faszinieren mich sehr.

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