Thursday, February 18, 2010

SkyWatch ~ No Stars, Just Shooting Clouds

Shooting clouds? Fluffy, wind driven balloons on strings?



I found this sky show quite exciting, right above part of my
rose-garden on the right. If you enlarge it, you can actually
see the roses.

The Logo opens the skies of the world.

Thanks to the SkyWatch Team for the opportunity of sharing.

39 comments:

  1. Perfect sky, Arija! I saw the roses too! You are in the midst of summer while we still have frost and a bit of snow.

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  2. No, I haven't been in Australia last year. These photos are from 2006 and 2008. How awful that you were suffering so much from the heat. I hope you are feeling better now. I cannot stand heatwaves either. I was always sick in Indonesia when the weather was too hot and humid. I prefer the Netherlands, even now with ice and snow.

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  3. OOOOOOH! I love the clouds that look like erasure marks on a wide piece of paper that is the sky! Good morning mu dearest Arija. I hope you are doing well. TSUP!

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  4. Wonderful shot! THe skies really look AWESOME!

    Pixellicious Photos

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  5. This is wonderful. I can almost smell the roses.

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  6. Shooting clouds is a great description! Your roses are beautiful too.

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  7. Absolutely exquisite! I'm partial to clouds--and these are wonderful. Yes, I saw the roses--I'm waiting for mine to begin to bloom again.

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  8. Arija, bravo, bravo, beautiful sky, just beautiful! Hope you are feeling well today. Yes, I can almost see the rose bushes, quite nearly...

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  9. This is so lovely.Amazing views can be seen if only we stop long enough to really look.
    Blessings,Ruth

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  10. Arija, your roses almost outshine that magnificent sky. Excellent capture.

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  11. Wonderful sky, Arija :) And I really love your watery-pictures beloow too :)

    Have a great weekend :)

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  12. they could even be jelly fish don't you think?

    Gill in Canada

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  13. The chaos is so much fun! Great capture Arija.
    Smiles

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  14. Gorgeous capture, as always, Arija!! And I do love the beautiful roses, too! The clouds are really unique and different! Aren't the ever changing skies one of the wonderful things in our world? Hope you're feeling better and may you have a great weekend! Oh, and thanks so much for reading my novel and I'm glad you enjoyed it.

    Sylvia

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  15. The shooting clouds over your rose garden are fantastic. Great shot!

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  16. Absolutly beautiful....wonderful sky.

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  17. What a unique looking sky, very pretty, and artistic.

    www.ewok1993.wordpress.com

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  18. lovely blue sky and fluffy looking clouds. and you've got beautiful roses too :)

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  19. Wonderful skies. Thank you for sharing.

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  20. That is an awesome sky shot Arija. We have some like it around here in the Fall.I hope you are feeling well and that it is cooler now.
    B.

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  21. I love this kind of clouds. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Beautiful and unusual sky, - and the roses, - ah the roses. They make me long for June.

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  23. That is so pretty!

    I've never seen clouds like these.
    They look like cotton candy! :)

    Such a nice sky..

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  24. They are lovely balloons on strings!

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  25. Beautiful, Arija. Shooting clouds indeed! Hope you have a lovely weekend,
    Janice.

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  26. wow, how beautiful is that Arija! love that sky!!! sighhhhhh!

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  27. Your blog brings some sunshine into my day. Stop by my blog for an award.

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  28. What a beautiful capture...just like some one stroked the sky with white

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  29. Beautiful sky, glad to see your roses surviving the heat and drought.

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  30. Thats an excellent sky shot... you certainly have a lot of rose Arija

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  31. arija, i think it is the sky that reminds us of our place in the great scheme of things. i saw your roses--how happy they are to be part of this vast picture.

    today is a day of collective sadness. our beloved renee is going home, joining her parents and nephew. everyone of us has our own story of how much better we've become because of her. i just want to say i'm sorry for your loss. you can be sure i, and so many others, understand it.

    love
    kj

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  32. What a great title to this post... look at the whooooshing clouds!
    Beautiful ~
    Weekend blessings for you~ Maria

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  33. Such beautiful brush strokes of clouds and a perfect clear blue sky.

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