Skywatch Friday: Soft Light


From February 1, 2012
I reached for the sun with my camera on Tuesday evening for the first time in a long time.  It was like being out with an old friend.  The camera slowed me down after some intense days of overwhelming change and new challenges.  Last night I was out for a walk, and the sun got away from me and the heron in the background before I think either one of us realized it.    


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  1. sounds like life is moving swiftly along with many changes for you. I was going to say have a relaxing weekend but it's just Thursday but almost there...beautiful photos...

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  2. I know the "settling in" can tax the energy, but I'm glad you got out for a walk and caught such gorgeous skies! I'm still so excited for you knowing that you are FINALLY where you've wanted to be for some time now! Enjoy your day and have a wonderful weekend!

    Sylvia

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  3. Anonymous10:27 AM

    Gorgeous pictures! Glad you had a moment to take a walk and enjoy nature.

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  4. OH wow - amazing and gorgeous!

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  5. I'm glad you're taking a little time to relax. It's important to take care of yourself now. Moving is a majorly stressful thing. The photos are beautiful.

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  6. I especially love the second one. It reminds me of swirls.

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  7. Beautiful shots Sandy.

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  8. Delighted that Sandy-Blogger is in some sense on auto-pilot! Glad to see this rooting post-


    Warm Aloha from Waikiki
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  9. Beautiful. I am glad you got to slow down and enjoy the moment. Happy SWF.

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  10. I love the red almost coppery tones. I am excited for you. I admire you for keeping on posting during these changes in your life.

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  11. I'm glad you and your camera got out to see the sun. This last photo is fantastic.

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  12. Beautifully captured by photographer...Keep it up!
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  13. Captured just at the right moment Sandy.

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  14. such lovely light and softness indeed. i love that red-orange light coming down from the sun in the first photo.
    I hope you are well and that grace will fill your thoughts, moments and days.

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  15. Well, it sure looks like you captured its fire, and then you fell into its pool of velvet night!

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  16. Oh, I can so relate... My camera is my very best friend as it eternalizes unforgettable moments.;) There is also something about the light now. Beautiful captures of the best times of a day dear Sandy,
    xoxo

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  17. stunning photos!

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