Thursday, September 23, 2010

SkyWatch ~ Better Late than . . . .

I just caught this sunset on the way home and wanted to share
it with you , as I was loading my pictures I had a call from my
doctor and had to drop everything and dash into our local
hospital for a blood thinning injection, my INR readings had
plummeted.

Back again, so here is the contrast to a week of grey and
depressing wheather that turns ones brain to sludge.


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Pretty fast actoion photos, the sun was moving apace and
burning my eyes out trying to get some sort of compositio.
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Here, where I managed to hide it behng the tree, the colours
of the sky are quite different.
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More or less satisfyed, I turned back to my car only to see the
sun hat set it on fire, not only on the outside but inside as well.
If you look closely, you may see the haft of my alternative
method of transportation . . . yes, I got myself a new broomstick
for my birthday, so if I make it to Halloween, you'd better
watch out!


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All photos enlarge with a click.
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I'm a weather watcher from way back, so I absolutely love
this meme. Thanks SkyWatch Team!

25 comments:

  1. The last photo is the clincher. Wow!

    I'll be looking forward to that broom-riding picture. :)

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  2. Lovely skies, Arija. Hope your injections improve your count. Blesings Jo

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  3. Hi, bellissimo tramonto nasconto dagli alberi !
    Colori molto caldi.
    Buona giornata.

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  4. Arija, you must make it to Halloween to try out the *alternative transportation* (and I think I need one too...).
    Absolutley stunning photos; Sunsets change so quick and everything looks totally different from frame to frame.
    Thanks for including the car!
    Take care!!!

    XXOO~~♥
    Anne

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  5. The first photo is stunning, Arija!

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  6. That sunset should wake up any sludgy brain. Hope you are now OK after your injection. Look forward to seeing the broomstick ride.

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  7. Gorgeous captures as always, Arija! Hope your blood count has improved with the injection! Enjoy the beauty that surrounds you -- sometimes the very best medicine there is!

    Sylvia

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  8. First I hope that the injections will get your count where it needs to be.

    What a fiery and beautiful group of shots and the last one is amazing. I've never seen anything quite like it although I'm always looking for reflections at unexpected times.

    Take care of yourself, Carver

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  9. Oh wow it's fiery. Can't wait to see this kind of sunset soon. Happy Friday!
    The sky

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  10. Thanks for risking retina damage to bring us such wonderful sunset pics.

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  11. Hi Arija, the sunset is marvelous and for the broom, you will have a fantastic view, I like that; hope all is well. T.

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  12. So much drama! Beautifully framed and conceived. Perfect.

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  13. Beautiful colors and great pictures!

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  14. Incredible sunset but the best picture is the last with broom stick! Let her fly right up into that golden sky!

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  15. Incredible sunset but the best picture is the last with broom stick! Let her fly right up into that golden sky!

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  16. Terrific.
    Best Halloween shots I can imagine.

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  17. Such a magical series of sunset photos! And I relate to your weather comment! We have had rainy grey days for just on two months in Melbourne with barely a glimpse of sun to break the routine!

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  18. fantastic Arija...I hope your health improves with the injections...wishing you wellness and plenty of gorgeous sunsets to fill your heart.

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  19. Thank goodness for modern medicine.

    I'll be watching my skies for you on Halloween. You'd better be there.

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  20. LOL my i borrow your broomstick?
    love the vivid orange sky.

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  21. wow! that's one stunning sunset! the whole sky is on fire! hope everything's well on your side. :) enjoy the weekend! :)

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  22. A lot of intense color! Beautiful!

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  23. That is one burning sun! Love your photos!

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