Thursday, July 16, 2015

Catching the Light

I heard my wife say "get your camera", and as I went outside, I was greeted with this beautiful sky with a hole in the cloud. The streaming light was impressive, and although you can't see it here, the cloud had a very visible silver lining across the upper edge. A good omen, right??






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46 comments:

  1. What an awesome series of sky shots. The sun's rays are gorgeous. The last shot is one of my favorites. Have a happy weekend!

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  2. So beautiful especially with the hole in the cloud

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  3. Your sunset pictures are awesome. This post and last one as well. The intensity is impressive!

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  4. Wow!






    You are captain crepuscular!

    ALOHA
    ComfortSpiral

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  5. For a second there I thought it was the Mother Ship landing. That is a big, blazing sunset.

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  6. These are some of the most awesome skies I've seen in a while!! Truly breathtaking!! Thank you so much for sharing!! And thank you, too, for your kind comment on my post for the day!! Always appreciated!! Hope you have more of these for a truly beautiful weekend!!

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  7. I'm glad you listened to the Mrs. Spectacular photos.

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  8. Beautifully captured and yes, the silver lining is clearly visible!!

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  9. amazingly beautiful. the last shot is awesome.

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  10. wow you are truly blessed with such scenery! my favourite shot is your wife with her hands shaped into a heart is it?

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  11. Nice I'd say you hit the mark there. Some great sunsets and rays from it

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  12. truly beautiful light. And I like you made the silhuettes too.

    About "Catching light" that is my meme for mondays. Why not check it out and then link. Next one is monday. You find it on nfverk.blogspot.com

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  13. Spectacular skies. Maybe I need to get a wife so that I don't miss shots like this. :)

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  14. A great sky indeed. I think your wife have to take a camera herself with her eye for good shots.

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  15. Those are stunning shots, Peter, the light and colors are wonderful.

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  16. Ominous sky shots! Beautiful!

    Happy Weekend,
    artmusedog and carol

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  17. Hey, with the hurricane Dolores off the coast of Mexico, we should get some clouds this weekend! Hope you are there to enjoy the view!
    Cheryl Ann

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  18. Definitely a good omen... I feel lucky just to see the pictures! Thanks to both of you for seeing this glorious sky and for sharing it.

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  19. Gorgeous photos - what a sight to see!

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  20. Wow these are amazingly beautiful. love how you're catching the light.

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  21. impressive indeed...the lights came out beautifully..

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  22. Magical! I like all the photos but especially the story element of the first shot where a woman and child stand to appreciate the sky. I like the contrast in scale, the small figures and the big landscape. A silver lining - it can only be good!

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  23. Wow, stunning shots ... and the last one is breathtaking!

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  24. Looks like an octopus swiming pass in the first shot.

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  25. Very nice!! The silhouettes are amazing. I never think to do things like this. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  26. This is so beautiful, particularly the last shot!

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