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Friday, November 6, 2009

Looking at the Sky on Friday

I have taken this pictures around the house yesterday. I always run out of time in the morning to get some nice shots. Can you see the different color clouds. We have some sun around lunch time yesterday but I don't really knew how long it stayed sunny.

This one was from the NE.

Mrs. Cheers Sky Watch1Straight up, can you see the chimney?

Mrs. Cheers Sky Watch2
And this one came from SW.

Mrs. Cheers Sky Watch3
Happy Friday and have a great weekend, everyone! I went very early today and still saw the moon today. Freezing cold out there and I even visit my garden and saw my broccoli is ripening, hopefully I can save some seeds for the coming spring.

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Calico Crazy November 6, 2009 at 11:47 AM  

Great cloud shots! I love all the different colors and textures. Glad you got at least a little bit of sun.

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N November 6, 2009 at 7:45 PM  

Thanks for stopping CC.

Calico Crazy November 7, 2009 at 12:51 AM  

My secret to catching airplanes is that the zoo is located in the middle of a triangle made by three major airports and there are three or four smaller airports within that area as well. So every Wednesday I just have to stand still for a few minutes and look up, several are bound to go by. ~Calico Contemplations

N November 7, 2009 at 6:41 AM  

Ah, so you have plenty to choose Mine only comes every five minutes and when I hear it coming they almost on top of me. Then I need to turn the camera on and by the time I look up with the camera I can't see it from my LCD.

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