Skywatch Friday: Snow Skies Returning

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  1. Anonymous3:44 PM

    Oh how beautiful Sandy.

    Great minds do think alike, I also just posted a haiku poem/photo about a snow sky! :<)

    Hugs, G

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  2. Hello God!
    (It looks like Heaven)

    I love the frame of tree silhouettes, and the dove-shaped piece of cloud that's flying away in the light, at the top...I don't think that photo could get more perfect.

    Wonderful!

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  3. gorgeous shot. happy swf.

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  4. That was realy beautiful. Love it:)

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  5. wow thats some sun burst Sandy.

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  6. Anonymous5:02 PM

    Wow... look at those rays! Very nice photo, as always.

    My SWF posts are here and here. Hope you can stop by if you can, it'll be very much appreciated. Happy weekends!

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  7. Perfect sun rays, through the very white cloud Sandy.
    Lovely picture. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Sandy, this one is amazing. Susan is right, it looks like heaven.

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  9. Stunning picture Sandy.

    I messed up the URL for Suzi-k (no 60 on the list)this evening on Mr Linky, by adding and extra "com". Would you be able to delete the extra com on Mr Linky? Thanks

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  10. feels like God's smile breaking through the dark cold clouds

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  11. You have a beautiful hole in your sky

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  12. I am ready for the snow and an end to the rain...
    Ready to walk in the peaceful stillness with You!

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  13. OHHHHHHH I love this sky the sun beams coming through are just magical.
    Happy SWF!
    HUGS Laura

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  14. it's very pretty, like a window from heaven.
    SWF#:View From The Top

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  15. Very beautiful of the sun in the sky. It looked like a hand grapping the whole sun in its palm...lol. Have a nice weekend.

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  16. Looks as if the sun is bursting through the clouds.
    Lovely capture

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  17. Susan is right - it does look like an image of heaven! Thanks for visiting my T13 (book sources).

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  18. yep, it is coming I love those clouds since we hardly ever see snow here

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  19. That is silver all over! Beautiful!!

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  20. Nice, We have snow in the forecast for this weekend!

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  21. snow has to come too :), after all Christmas is here soon!

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  22. Sandy, I like the contrasts of this sky. The photograph is dramatic with a great light.
    Enjoy Sky Watch!

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  23. Enjoy your snow! Net sky capture! We are supposed to have snow this weekend also.

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  24. wow! now that's how great God can be. He simply shows how wonderful it is to be with Him. nice shot sandy.

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  25. Very impressive photo Sandy. Did we meet on Skywatch? Pappy

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  26. what a great shot...looks like you could step right into the hole...beautiful and powerful photo...

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  27. It doesn't look too forboding, but looks can be deceiving.

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  28. Could almost be the entrance to heaven.
    Beautiful.

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  29. Great shot! not easy to capture the light like this

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  30. Wow, It is like an explosion of light!

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  31. Anonymous1:12 PM

    and we are headed for some thunderstorms... wishing i had my camera to catch some of those

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  32. Glorious sky and a great capture of it!

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  33. Anonymous4:16 PM

    Gorgeous sky! Methinks I could sit and watch that one indefinitely. Thanks for sharing ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,
    storyteller

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  34. My husband would say 'that's a Spielberg sky' so dramatic .. so cinematic .. so Sandy!

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  35. Anonymous10:49 AM

    Very powerful photo, Sandy.

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  36. Wow What a lovely sunblast!!!

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  37. A beautiful eye in the sky. Nice shot.

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  38. Hope in the darkness.
    Actually, I'm yearning to find this light somewhere in our family Sky.
    Thanks for your words of comfort, Sandy.

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  39. Anonymous11:30 AM

    We got a dusting of snow last night; should get five inches today. I too have a problem finding open sky among the trees; it prevents my satellite TV from working.

    Drat!

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