Skywatch Friday: A-Mote-ing One Solitary Day

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Down the hill and around the corner...she wondered where her lens cloth was....

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  1. But this is still a beautiful photo.

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  2. a wee smudge is good for the soul...

    lovely!

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  3. Ah, we all have a bit of a smudge and this one surely doesn't spoil the photo. Hopefully our own little smudges don't spoil us either! Beautiful shot for the day, Sandy!
    Have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  4. George is correct, this is is still a beautiful photo...a great capture.

    Looks so serene.

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  5. I LOVE it! I could sit there all day - if the sky canvas would just stay that long... :-D

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  6. a little photoshop will take care of that but what a marvelous shot of the light breaking through all the clouds and heaviness-gives you hope...

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  8. Ah yes .. the ever misplaced/disappearing lens cloth.. I had this nifty little sac in which a lens cloth resided, it had a latch on it so you could hook it onto a camera strap or any other place it fit .. its gone, vanished .. I really miss it ...

    LOVE the shot, mote and all!

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  9. I've got a spare you can use. But honestly? I can't see what you're talking about. Maybe my monitor's dirtier than your lens, but all I see is a spectacular sunset. (Or is it sunrise? Either way, it's gorgeous.)

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  10. I could use some too these days...a good way to be in commune with mother nature too.

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  11. That brings a smile...

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  12. A most happy "accident!"




    Aloha, Sis


    Comfort Spiral

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  13. Jepp, still a beatuiful shot!:-)

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  14. Marvelous shot of the sun over the hills.

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  15. `Living om the edge`:-)

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  16. Love it! Thank you for sharing.

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  17. Beautiful sky picture, who cares about this smudge

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  18. The smudge adds light to the rest of the image. As smudges to our soul do to us. We only know great sadness when we know great happiness. Two things go together, hand in hand. Perfection and flaw.

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  19. Nice shot...I don't see a smudge..I see a small flare on the water from the sun..sort of greenish.

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  20. Sandy: Neat capture of the sun and sky.

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  21. Why a lens cloth, I wonder. ;-)))


    Great capture and without you hinting at it, I would not have noticed anything.

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  22. Excellent capture!

    Have a nice weekend.

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  23. Very nice pic as always.

    All the best
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  24. Any capture of the sun makes for an inspiring picture!

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  25. Nice photo!!! Thanks for sharing. Have a nice SWF!!!

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  26. When I was a child, I was told or read that the Navojo people while weaving their blankets deliberately add a mistake. So your smudge actually adds to the photograph.
    Joyce, IL, USA

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  27. Oh it's smudge better this way. ;)

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  28. Anonymous4:24 PM

    great just the way it is.

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  29. smudge or not...lovely capture.
    have a wonderful weekend.

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  30. Oh Sandy, That is not a housekeeping failure, just a reflection on your clear filtet. Love the shot.

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  31. Stunning burst of light over the dark landscape!

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  32. She was not alone.

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  33. :) Still a great pic! Happy weekend.

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  34. It is always reassuring that it is Thursday as your SWF post is up. I look forward to seeing it when I get home from work. I know there is just one more day of work for me. Happy SWF.

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  35. That's priceless. I love your sense of humour. I must admit to having scenes like that in My Muskoka !

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  36. Lens cloth or not it's a delightful shot, as are you. I always love to see both your shots and your words.

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  37. Beautiful sky!
    Great words.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  38. Looks nostalgic really Sandy and may induce one to emote...:)

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  39. I hear ya sistah! I'm always forgetting something, the lens clothe, the extra battery, the other lens, the tripod. But I always get my shot! Great going, Sandy.

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  40. WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  41. Happy New Year, dear Sandy :)

    Beautiful sky... :)

    Come and see me and all the wildlife around me...

    http://ourlittlecornerofparadise.blogspot.com/2010/01/importance-of-finding-beauty-in-light.html

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  42. Neatly captured Sandy, thanks for sharing.

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  43. I wouldn't have noticed if you hadn't mentioned it. That gorgeous sky is a fabulous distraction.

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  44. Nice photo anyway...

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  45. A reflective photo of the winter sky with a brief line of haiku.
    Great job!

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  46. Gorgeous and telling--its those specks we all have that give us character. Yes?

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  47. Lovely view ;-)
    I'm sooo happy to have a 'smudge free camera' at the moment ... it was worth being w/o it for a week!
    Hugs and blessings,

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  48. A little smudge can't take away from the beauty of this shot.

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  49. Into each life a mote will fall LOL very nice

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  50. Splendid romantic image!

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  51. Ha! You made me smile.
    Except for the blemish, the sky is otherwise spectacular.

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  52. Anonymous4:31 PM

    I agree with everybody else - it is still a lovely image!

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  53. Definitely, still beautiful!

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  54. I love that bright sun poking out.

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  55. so peaceful, lovely shot!

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