Skywatch Friday: Night Watch, Advent

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Skywatch Friday

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  1. So cool... when I do that I get either an all blacked out shot or it blurs ...

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  2. dear Sandy


    I was out and came back home ...
    a bad surprise waited me but everything its ok, now...
    a sky different...but not less beautiful...congrats...
    have a nice day
    graceolsson.se/mittliv

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  3. This is so the best time of the year for night shots. Lovely.

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  4. *applause*
    Nice work! You know I'm a big fan of night shots, so this is right up my street. Well done!

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  5. Spectacular night shot.

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  6. Wonderfully festive.

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  7. What a beautiful shot, Sandy! I love night shots, but haven't really gotten up the courage to try one, but our neighbors Christmas decorations are so lively that I think I'm going to have to give it a try!

    Have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  8. Magical and inspiring. . .I love the lights this time of year!

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  9. Lovely shot, Sandy, and the first Christmas themed one I've seen - just in time for me to put up my decorations this weekend. have a good weekend.
    Janice.

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  10. Lovely capture!
    Smiles and blessings

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  11. great shot, it's difficult with nighttime lighting

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  12. Beautiful shot, Sandy!


    My entry

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  13. like your star capture...it's quite heavenly :)
    have a most wonderful weekend.

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  14. Beautiful and magic... :))

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  15. Nicely done! You must have used a tripod or you've got a rock solid stance.

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  16. Your eye & talent shine like that star. I MUST get a tripod...


    Aloha, Friend!


    Comfort Spiral

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  17. Sandy: Neat night sky with the Christmas star.

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  18. that is so chrismassy. very festive and a fab capture.

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  19. Hi Sandy, a big star - perfect against a dark sky. Have a nice weekend, Evelyn

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  20. What a beautiful picture.Big star against a dark sky

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  21. Sandy I think you are a STAR as well as all your posts

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  22. You were at the right place at the right time, to capture this great sight.

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  23. Beautiful capture! I've been meaning to take an evening walk with my camera to capture lighted displays but haven't done so yet. I'm sharing my warm beach sunset views from earlier this week at Sacred Ruminations this week ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  24. Anonymous7:04 PM

    I really miss seeing the Christmas lights... thanks for posting this, Sandy. Merry Christmas!

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  25. The little spiraly lights under the star make it look the star sits in a fountain.

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  26. Wonderful nighttime capture!

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  27. A lone star in the night sky reminding us truly of the advent of the star of Bethlehem and of its portend.

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  28. Lovely, hope I can learn to do it sometime! Thank you for sharing.

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  29. Wonderful night sky shot.

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  30. Lovely decoration in the dark!
    Great shot, Sandy!

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  31. Great shot Sandy. Meaningful night watch. Happy holidays.

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  32. Like Christmas magic. A very beautiful shot Sandy.

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  33. It's the time of the year for such pictures, nice done.

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  34. Beautiful work Sandy!
    Have a great weekend and of course Merry X-mas :)

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  35. A graceful star! :)

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  36. Merry Christmas Sandy!

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  37. Oh how I like this photo, Sandy!

    Merry Christmas!

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  38. very lovely! Thanks for sharing.

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  39. Wonderful shot of the Christmas star. I love seeing the christmas lights.

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  40. Very beautiful and festive!

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  41. beautiful lights!

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