Thursday, November 17, 2011

SkyWatch ~ Sunset Contrails


The sun has set, yet leaves it's passing written in the sky


like a plume of golden smoke


dispersed by a passing breeze . . .



Time for more skywatching, click on the Logo, be brave and
join in the fun or just go and feast your eyes on the skies of others.

36 comments:

  1. Beautiful moments! When the sun goes down, we always pleased with different amazing picture in the sky. Love it.

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  2. Lovely captures, Arija! The contrails are looking beautiful. Happy skywatching!

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  3. Gorgeous photos!
    Happy SWF:)
    j.

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  4. Fantastic shot, cute colours.
    Enjoy the weekend.

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  5. those are beautiful. nice to see the golden glows!

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  6. These are mind-boggling gorgeous, Arija! I do love those pink contrails and such incredible blue skies! I'm so glad you got these and thank you for sharing the beauty! Hope you are doing well -- thanks for the very, very funny piece you sent me earlier! As a former teacher, I do relate to the unexpected things kids can come up with!!

    Sylvia

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  7. Great capture. And I like your photo header.

    SWF

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  8. Splendid, love the shades of pink and peach.

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  9. Fabulous photos, wonderful colours.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  10. HI Arija...Fantastic...I love the way the pink color picked up in the contrails ..the last is great!!
    Sorry for not being by ..I have been preoccupied for a while with my sister having emergency surgery for a blockage in her arota to her heart...and she had just left her husband 3 weeks prior to that!!
    Very concerned!!

    Grace

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  11. I really, really, really, really like the header photograph! Do you use this stove everyday? Nice contrails shots.
    Joyce M

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  12. What gorgeous images, Arija! I love the sky at sunset but these are beautiful with the cloud formations.

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  13. Neato! I'd love to seek the end of that. Maybe there'll be a pot of gold there. No wait, that's for rainbows.

    xoxoxo

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  14. So beautiful!

    My Skywatch, have a nice weekend!

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  15. Love the color of the contrails as the sun drops low in the sky! And some great bird shots you got with your Cannon.

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  16. It certainly appears like a plume of golden smoke - you have captured the changing skies beautifully Arija.

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  17. How beautiful, not only the sky that was gifted for you, yet the words shared along side your images...lovely. I wonder, were you the only one whom took notice this day, this hour of the beauty that was given...so glad you did to share this beauty~

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  18. Hi & Greetings. This is an amazing & awesome series of pictures. Looks like you have captured some astonishing phenomenon in the sky. Is it a tornado or simply a cloud formation.

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  19. We have lots of contrails around here, and some of them surely do present with interesting forms depending on the winds. Good catch Arija.
    Hope you are having a good week.
    {{HUGS}}
    Becky

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  20. That's so cool! some one is smoking.. ;)

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  21. I wonder what that interesting cloud is? it looks man-made. the colors are so beautiful Arija.

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  22. Beautiful captures!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  23. Reminds me of fireworks being shot off. Great shot!

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  24. I thought of you today..I posted about a little mallard hen being killed by a goose and how I feel I set up the circumstances...why that led me to you I am not sure...but I went out and gathered her up myself...

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  25. Hi Arjia,
    magniche foto !!!
    Buona domenica :)
    Myriam

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  26. This is fantastic! Wonderful captures.

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  27. Arija, you certainly do have an eye for beauty! I hope it fills our heart as well!

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  28. Impressive cloud formations! I love those soft colors of pink against soft blue sky.

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  29. The contrails look like the jets plunged to earth! I know they did not, hope.

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