Skywatch Friday: East Meets West

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Skywatch Friday

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  1. Luminous letters guide the way!

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  2. Wow Sandy! how awesome! I'm from the East:).

    Enjoy and have a lovely weekend.

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  3. Terrific! Looking up, one can usually find a sense of direction. Meaningful post as always! Have a lovely weekend, Sandy!

    Sylvia

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  4. your capture has a mystical quality to it...the lighting from my vantage point gives it that look.
    have a good weekend

    erin

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  5. How'd you get the "W" and the "E" to light up like that? Very sharp eye! Like this a lot.

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  6. lovely picture..


    i am just back from india and trying to visit all my favorite blogs!

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  7. Very clever. You got great reflections on the E & W letters. Beautiful.

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  8. Oh nice .. what's on top? is that a duck? I like your perspective there . .naked trees.. love 'em!

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  9. great photo, like the reflective gold...I live in the WEST

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  10. Nice photo--very eye catching with the light shining on the E & W.
    Happy skywatching!

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  11. Wow! What a perfect angle - love the W and the E standing out so much. Lovely sky!

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  12. That's lovely. The blue-grey sky sets off the gold letters perfectly.
    Janice.

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  13. Sandy, I love the way you shot the weather vane.

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  14. Wow, what a beautiful shot, Snady!

    Have a great weekend.

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  15. Very unique shot, well done.

    All the best
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  16. Wow! Stunning concept taken from a great perspective. A nice wind vane.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

    Alexander
    Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

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  17. This really made me smile.

    Have a great weekend Sandy.

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  18. Sandy: Neat capture of the weather vane, you were looking over my way.

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  19. Neat weathervane! Looks like some branches need to be trimmed to see it in other seasons.

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  20. Simple, but really nice!
    Have a nice weekend Sandy.

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  21. Great photo & wonderful caption, Sandy!



    Aloha,


    Comfort Spiral

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  22. That says "New England"

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  23. Ooooh.. WE glow! ;)

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  24. That's a very cool capture. Well done! :)

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  25. Good one Sandy, liked your title :)

    Abstract Painting

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  26. Great photo. The letters really catch the light.

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  27. This is a really striking picture! I love the way the tree branches fade away in the back ground.

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  28. Nice and very neat shot.

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  29. Gorgeous, unusual sky tone magically lighting the weather vane! Wonderful!

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  30. love the blog and 34 comments wow I'm lucky if I get ten or eleven sometimes it happens but not like I'd like it to. I posted my flash 55 hoping you'd check it out. Love your photo's also .


    The Villan


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  31. Great work.Really enjoyed it:)

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  32. I like very much this fine image, Sandy. Beautiful effect that light of W and E!

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  33. Great shot, love the angle:)

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  34. Love the illumination you captured!

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  35. Wonderful capture, Sandy! Great lighting on the letters.

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  36. That is so pretty!

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  37. Wow - that's an amazing shot. Did you catch the sunlight on accident or did you wait - either way, amazing! Thanks for sharing!

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  38. Great skywatch shot :)

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  39. Kewl shot ... cleverly shared ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  40. Nice weather vane Sandy. Does it give us a heading when we are lost. If so, I would have one on my house and with me always.

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  41. That is a very cool shot.

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  42. This is so cool, Sandy. I like it a lot.

    You won't believe this (or maybe you will, LOL) but I just finished making a mosaic of wind vanes that I'll be posting on Monday,

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  43. even with the photo alone, one can make great reflections.

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  44. It looks so still, is the wind not blowing? And the snow not falling?

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  45. Stunning photo, absolutely beautiful.

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  46. A lost and found effect? THe branches of the trees are a maze which give a sense of being lost and there you are with all the directions being properly indicated :-D Well, that's how I can interpret!!



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  47. The branches look like possible paths. The East meeting West assures that all head in the same direction.

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  48. Great photo, the tangle of branches across the sky are not only pretty but seems to be bringing out all kinds of thoughts from folks.

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  49. I would have one on my house and with me always.
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  50. sometimes i just can't get on with my coordinates!

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