Skywatch Friday: Morning Star, Day Star

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  1. You captured a real star,
    beautiful! :-)

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  2. Outstanding shot! Look spiritual.

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  3. gerat image, Sandy...

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  4. Truly beautiful, Sandy. Somehow very fitting for the Christmas season.

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  5. wow Sandy you star an mine could be family: brother/sister they are so looka like: welldone

    Merry CHRISTMAS!! , visit my blog:
    www.joannwalraven.blogspot.com

    JoAnn/Holland

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  6. I love your starbursting sun, such an interesting and dynamic shot! Love it on the water!

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  7. That's lovely; what a beautiful path it's made for us, on the water--as if telling us to follow! It could be a Christmas card.

    If I don't get back to you before the holidays--MERRY CHRISTMAS, and I can't wait to see you again soon!

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  8. Nothing is more beautiful than light on water and it is a little star!

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  9. This is a lovely photo for Sky Watch, Sandy. The reflection is beautiful.

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  10. I get lost in that sky... beautiful.

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  11. Great shot with a great reflection. I love this one.

    Cheers!
    Regina In Pictures

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  12. Lovely, Sandy. In this photo the sun looks very much like the star it really is. Well done!

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  13. Superb composition, well captured. Very spiritual indeed.

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  14. Now that is one beautiful photo Sandy.

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  15. love you dark pictures with the light shining through...so needed this time of year as the light of the world was born...

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  16. A lovely photo, great reflection! :)

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  17. I'vr missed your interpretation of the world while away from internet access. It's good to refresh my soul again with the wonder of your photos. This is a beauty.

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  18. a morning star for the christmas love!
    Nice shot!
    My blog

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  19. It's got to be a christmas star. It's a real beauty.

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  20. you have got to love the beauty that nature provides for us to see! Thank you Sandy for capturing it in all its glory!

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  21. Very beautiful photo of the sun and love the way it shone through the trees. Have a nice weekend, Sandy.

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  22. Beautiful shot...I could watch it as long as it lasted, coffee cup in one hand, dog leash in the other...my idea of heaven.
    Sandi

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  23. Anonymous11:19 PM

    Oh I like this shot through the trees, very pretty shot!

    Thanks for helping bring Sky Watch Friday to us all!!!

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  24. Lovely shot, Sandy!
    I could keep gazing at it for long.

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  25. The sun is a star too, day by day it leads us closer to Christmas.

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  26. Just stunning shots!

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  27. Wonderful romantic image. Great Sky Watch!

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  28. A star for Christmas! A lovely shot..

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  29. Anonymous7:51 AM

    What a beautiful shot!
    The sun really seems to be a Christmas star.
    Happy X-mas!

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  30. Sandy: That was a great reflection off the pond, nicely done friend.

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  31. lovely capture...have a good weekend.

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  32. Another work of art! I am starting to get a real preference for your second-growth sky pictures!

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  33. Beautiful wintery pic friend.

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  34. What a heavenly morning star!Reminds me of that
    beautiful star of Bethlehem.

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  35. Anonymous1:33 PM

    Simply beautiful. :)

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  36. Dazzling--all of that radiance in the deep blue and framed by the winter branches. A picture of Hope itself.

    And since we're in the season we are, it reminds me of the Star in the East. Talk about a harbinger of Hope.

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  37. Anonymous9:29 PM

    How lovely ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  38. Another great view! Seeing the sun through the trees is a sign of hope to me!

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  39. Anonymous7:20 PM

    That's a great catch, San. Love the light through the trees.

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