Skywatch Friday: A View of the Sound

From Harkness Memorial Park, June 12, 2011

From Harkness Memorial Park, June 12, 2011

A chalky gray sky can keep the world from seeming too big. So it was at Harkness Memorial State Park last weekend as the ferry moved up and down the coast.

Skywatch Friday

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  1. Anonymous10:25 AM

    The magic of nature still continues...As wonderful as it ever was..

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  2. Lovely coastal shots in the dim light.

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  3. seeing boats from the coast is a favorite. for sure boat silhouettes during sunset are as great.

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  4. saying goodbye to friends as they sink beyond the horizon on a chalky day. Hoping to find some fun in the sun.
    :)

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  5. such coolness looks delicious as we are going to be 105 degrees today but I love summer's warmth...

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  6. Even gray can be beautiful and peaceful I have discovered! Wonderful captures as always, Sandy! Hope your day is going well! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  7. Beautiful shots Sandy. Sometimes I enjoy gray days at the beach.

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  8. We have had a lot of these gray days here this spring. Hopefully this summer will be sunnier. The ferry looks huge with a big sky behind it.

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  9. always beautiful to see the ocean!

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  10. I don't mind a gray sky. I live on an island and it is part of it's magic. There is also a ferry that I would miss if they ever decided to build a bridge.
    Thanks for the reminder that even gray days are good days.

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  11. You are right, I had never thought about it before. I gray sky kind of constrains things a little bit.

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  12. Both fascinating views!

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  13. I like a grey sky... sometimes the smallness of the world is good.

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  14. Love the grey hue to these photographs. It makes them look silvery and dreamy.;)
    xoxo

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