Thursday, April 22, 2010

Sky Watch Friday

My SkyWatch entry this week was taken close to home; right across the road, in fact. I don't take for granted how lucky we are to enjoy this every day. Even, when as this moody sky implies, it's looking like rain. And as I await the arrival of my significant-other who is stuck in Zurich until Tuesday (yes, it's the volcano), I am also grateful to have him to share my life and this view with.

Peace and Love,
Pagan Sphinx



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10 comments:

  1. Marvelous, moody skies and a terrific capture, Gina! So sorry about the flight delays! That volcano surely did mess with the system! Happy Earth Day and have a lovely weekend!

    Sylvia

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  2. aloha,

    and happy earth day, beautiful view and thats just across the road, wow!

    on another note, if your interested in a different challenge come and visit my post on the sari blog

    hope you can join.

    noel

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  3. So many people are stuck somewhere because of that volcano, but fortunately the planes have started flying again, at least in some places, so he will be back watching the evening sky change with you again soon.

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  4. Happy Earth Day and Sky Watch Friday, wonderful view you are sharing with us this week.

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  5. You have a wonderful view! Isn't the valley just the best place to live. I wouldn't trade it for anywhere else, except maybe closer to the ocean but we're still close enough to make a day trip there. ~Jeanne

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  6. Moody skies show a lot of character.
    Lovely view you have.

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  7. What a glorious view. I hope WP makes it home soon to share it with you.

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  8. Gorgeous sky!

    Volcanic ash has disrupted many lives. It actually worked well for me, but spoiled my family's plans.

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