Thursday, November 19, 2009

Sky Watch Friday Nov.20

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Here is my posting for Sky Watch Friday Nov. 20, Although the photographs were taken on Nov. 19 early morning sunrise.



After Two days or rainy skies the sun is beginning to rise and the clouds are rolling off to the North East as we anticipate partly cloudy afternoon skies here in the mountains of NC.




First light in the East on a very foggy morning

The Sun rises from a break in the clouds a few minutes later



Clouds break apart reveling a Blue Sky




Foggy Sunrise in the North West



Sunrise to the North East





41 comments:

Daryl said...

Lovely skies ... all

bobbie said...

A very beautiful sunrise. It's the best time of day!

Gunilla said...

Great shots.
Thanks for sharing
Gunilla in Sweden

Ida said...

Very nice series.
I like the composition in the last shot - a lot! :)
Beautiful!

Sylvia K said...

The day can't be bad when it starts with gorgeous skies like these! Terrific captures, all! And, yes! The very best of the day!

Have a great weekend!

Sylvia

nonizamboni said...

I really enjoyed watching your clouds roll away and that blue sky appear. Very nicely done and with your music, a rare experience. Thanks!

Elisabeth said...
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Elisabeth said...

Nice job...I love the drama of the clouds breaking apart revealing a deep blue sky.

Carolyn said...

Beautiful captures and I love the composition of the last photo. Such a lovely way to start your day.
Smiles and blessings

Riet said...

What a beautiful sunrise. Very early in your country. Great shots

Lara said...

the sun always finds its way!

hetty said...

Wonderful sky shots! Early morning fog can be so sensuous. I love the clouds breaking apart. Very dramatic!

kden said...

Those are some dramatic skies!

Carver said...

Gorgeous shots of the sky in the NC mountains. I live in the triangle area of NC but my mother was from Boone and I have friends and family in the Asheville area. I've always spent a lot of time both in the northern and southern NC mountains.

fourwindsphotojournal said...

OH, I would have loved to be in the middle of that pink haze in the first shot.

Lovely skies.

Lorac said...

To start so gloomy and then become sunny. That's the best! The pictures are great. I like how you show the different locations.

Gill - That British Woman said...

what a beautiful series of photos..

Gill in Canada

eileeninmd said...

Lovely series of sunrise photos. Happy skywatching.

Jossie said...

What a marvellous sunrise!

J Bar said...

great cloud shots
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Samson said...

lovely series of photo's, have a nice weekend

Diane AZ said...

It is exciting to see the blue sky through breaks in the clouds, and the lighting is also beautiful.

Light and Voices said...

Simply divine skywatch Friday post.
Joyce-Illinois

mountain.mama said...

I like seeing all the changes in the sky in so many directions.

Dimple said...

I like that you look all directions...Nice shots.

Ebie said...

Beautiful! I love the transition of clouds!

luna miranda said...

interesting movements of clouds...love the dazzling blue sky behind the clods.

Larry D said...

Wonderful skies!

Arija said...

I love irridescent foggy sunrises. They lent a wonderful softness to the landscape. I get up with the sun too, I wouldn't miss the wonder of a new day.

~Cheryl said...

Thanks for another beautiful series of your skies! The center photo has a magnificent shade of blue breking out of those clouds!

Tammie Lee said...

wonderful set of images~
Spirithelpers

Pearl Maple said...

Aren't the skies just a little bit more bluer when you have too many days of rain. Thanks for adding to the Sky Watch Friday adventure.

Esther Garvi said...

Beautiful! My favourite is the pink foggy sunrise picture!

Eric said...

Great shots for SWF, well done, love them all!!

Happy SWF!!!

JOE TODD said...

Great skywatch photos and the flutes you carved are fantastic

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I really like seeing the sky all the way around. Thanks!

judi said...

Wonderful unfolding Mother Nature does. You captured it well.

vincibene said...

Wonderful series!
Thanks for your comment.

Lawstude said...

i could stare at the sky endlessly and observe its movements. that was truly lovely shots. thanks for sharing.

Vicky said...

As always Eaglesbrother, amazing skies with clouds. Thanks for sharing

Wren said...

beautiful skies and beautiful flutes