Wednesday, March 3, 2010

SkyWatch ~ The Sky, 5 Minutes Ago

This is the tail end of a tropical low that has crossed the continent
from the North coast right down to South Austraia, flooding
parts of Queensland, New South Wales and Centra Australia.



Above, looking West up the hill with a few of my roses in the
right hand corner.

Looking up at the same spot but slightly more towards the South.



Looking directly South it looks like the eye of the storm,



and this is the East with the clouds rising. Unfortunately it
is not even expected that we will get any rain out of this...
a pity, as we could most definitely use some.



All photos directly from the camera without adjustments.

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Thanks to Klaus and the SkyWatch Team for making this meme
such a pleasure to join in with.

29 comments:

  1. On the second one of your marvelous photos--did you notice the perfect profile? Wow!

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  2. Ah, so there are still blue skies somewhere in the world!! Thanks for the reminder!

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  3. I especially like the last shot -- so beautiful and dramatic.

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  4. The sky is beautiful.Too bad you got no rain. Hopefully soon.
    Blessings,Ruth

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  5. Gorgeous skies and clouds and you've captured them perfectly, as always, Arija! Hope you've had a good week so far! Enjoy! Take care of yourself!

    Sylvia

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  6. Just beautiful - blue sky and swirling white clouds!

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  7. Beautiful skies and clouds. It is a shame you did not get your much needed rain.

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  8. It must be the expansive view that you have that makes your skies a little bit more interesting and lovable that the rest. I too have the ability to capture an expansive view, ALAS! it is behind glass windows. How I wish to have the opportunity to see the sky with my view undeterred, unhampered by lines, buildings and billboards. Looking at the sky everyday is good for the heart and yours is a great one. I love you Arija.

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  9. Lovely, loverly, beautiful and beautisiomo, among many words to describe your sky entires. DELIGHTFULLY so!

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  10. Very dramatic sky. Nicely captured.

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  11. You did a perfect job of demonstrating all the different views Arija. I love those clouds!
    B.

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  12. Beautiful crazy clouds, - what a dance they are doing!

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  13. Bellissimo cielo azzurro !!
    Buon fine settimana :-)

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  14. Beautiful,lovely and fantastic shots !! Simply amazing @!!

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  15. wow! the sky is so blue and the clouds are beautiful patterns. pity it did not rain

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  16. Great post, Arija.
    Nice to the several angles of your sky.

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  17. Wonderful clouds! It's nice to look at Skywatch photos and see a lot more blue sky everywhere than what has been showing the last few months.

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  18. brilliant clouds! love these pictures!

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  19. Thank you my dear and true friend. I hear you. He deserves all the light it is intended for him. It will be light all the same. Love makes me want above all what is best for my dear brother. My hero. Always.
    Thank you for your energy!

    xox

    Isabel

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  20. Passeando pelos blogs encontrei este, e fiquei encantada com as fotos. São lindas! Deixam o nosso dia mais alegre... Parabéns pelo bom gosto!
    Saudações cariocas!

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  21. Very dramatic set of pictures, thanks for sharing your blue skies!...:)

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  22. Seems it's feast or famine--flood or drought--in so many parts of the world. That weather sent a beautiful good-bye. These are lovely.

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  23. Arija: Beautiful skies and neat to see your roses blooming.

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  24. Those are wonderful expansive skies. Great shots.

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  25. I always think clouds like that make for perfect picnic weather - something pretty to look at while eating.

    Hope you get some rain soon xo

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