Skywatch Friday: Art Imitates Nature

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Skywatch Friday

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  1. Oh yes, great sequence and great comparison, Sandy! It's so true! Very beautiful Sky Watch post.

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  2. lovely blue

    Mine SWF post in HERE. Hope you have time to visit. Thanks.

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  3. So strange and funny pictures and post. The hourse seemed so nice...

    nice weekend also to you.

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  4. The mesh horse is fantastic! and the mesh of branches just as much so!

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  5. I love that sky through the horse photo. Very beautiful and artistic.

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  6. Very unique shots, you gave me some great ideas. Thanks for sharing!

    Cheers!
    Regina In Pictures

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  7. Wonderful blue sky, Sandy! I love twig art! So this might be a yearling and a sapling?

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  8. Anonymous3:26 PM

    Great eye and artistic connection! Enjoyed this!

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  9. Interesting photos. Loved this idea on a different spin for SWF.

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  10. Truer words were never ... or something to that effect.

    Yes, art does imitate nature. But nature still does it SO MUCH BETTER!

    Great comparisons! Great shots!

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  11. Love the last one. We are right in the middle of Horse Racing season here in Australia. The Melbourne Cup is next Tuesday, Election Day in the US.

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  12. This is really interesting and beautiful.

    It is extra interesting to me because one of the things in my upcoming art curriculum is nothing more than drawing branches--up close like you show.

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  13. The beautiful set of photos. The last one grabs me. The nature cannot be surpassed by any art:-)
    Happy skywatching.

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  14. Wonderful juxtaposition and beautiful photos (as always!)

    I love the angles you chose.

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  15. lovely patterns, makes you more aware of the structure of trees when they are bereft of their leaves. maybe that relates to us also, when we let down our facade there is more complexity to appreciate than we let others see or know about us.

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  16. Oh, I see what you mean!!

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  17. Fantastic blue sky shots, especially the one thru the mesh horse.
    Have a great weekend.

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  18. Your photos show a wonderful comparison between art and nature. Very cool post!

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  19. Oh yeah, I love this collection very much. Happy weekend and happy halloween.

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  20. Great photos.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Take care.

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  21. Yep. Art tries. ;)
    Glorious!
    Cheers, Klaus

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  22. Very dramatic and very colourful with the rich blue sky, Sandy.

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  23. Smashing introduction to SWF. Thank you and thanks for the lovly sky picture too.

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  24. Anonymous5:18 PM

    Sandy those are so cool. I love how you saw the nature in the art and found the shots for comparison. Great sequence.

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  25. How clever! Wonderful photos, and great comparison.

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  26. Love these shots Sandy, so well composed

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  27. Very well illustrated heading to your pictures, and such deep blue skies.

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  28. Anonymous5:53 PM

    Sandy, this is fantastic! congratulations
    Steven May

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  29. Awesome... I really like how you have done this... fantastic! =)
    ~Michele~
    Mountain Retreat- Canada

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  30. Beautiful and different. Love the blue skies.

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  31. That is one brilliant blue sky!

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  32. Interesting originally pictures, beautiful!

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  33. Anonymous7:25 PM

    Beautiful shots and subject.

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  34. Fanatstic.So original to shoot the sky through the piece of art.

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  35. I like how you always post from an out of the ordinary perspective.

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  36. The metal looks a great deal like branches!

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  37. Beautifully captured.

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  38. I love the way you have presented these images. The shapes are fascinating against the totally blue sky.

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  39. Wow Sandy - very awesome shots!
    A wonderful comparison!

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  40. Great shots!

    Where was the horse's shot taken? Amazing!!

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  41. Good observation!

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  42. The horse is a great work of art.

    Nature is one of the best art displays for free.

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  43. Anonymous4:28 AM

    very beautiful series

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  44. A very clever mix of pics here.

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  45. I really like these photos. Very nice..

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  46. Anonymous8:24 AM

    Oh that is great very creative designs...TC

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  47. simply amazing... the color of that sky is so serene...

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  48. Great series indeed. Love the horse.

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  49. What a cool comparison! I really liked that horse sculpture in first shot tho. Perhaps the artist of the sculpture got their inspiration from the artist of the tree. . . God!

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  50. Beautiful horse,like the other two also.

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  51. Most excellent contrast/comparison ... boo-tiful!

    :-Daryl

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  52. What awesome shots ... and unique perspective. Thanks for sharing ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  53. Love these weaving patterns. Lots of connections--interweaving--all throughout nature. Cool!!!

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  54. Anonymous4:54 PM

    What a great post - very cool comparison! Nicely presented, and with a beautiful sky, to boot!

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  55. Creative and beautiful pictures!

    Have a great weekend!

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  56. Sandy, a very neat sky watch Friday post.

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  57. Anonymous6:03 AM

    Sandy, this is a great series - the photos themselves, but also drawing our attention to the similarities between them, helping us to see both art and nature with new eyes.

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  58. What an intriguing, unusual set of images! I think my favourite must be the meshy horse's head with the patchwork blue sky peeping through!

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  59. I envy the blue skies!!!

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  60. Love this photo, Sandy! Wonderful Skywatch!
    Marie

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  61. Photos...I meant to say.

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  62. I wasn't in front of my computer for last Sky Watch.
    Yours is wonderful, as usual, so original! This horse 'sculpture' emphasize your Sky, like a children'construction game. A great idea.

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