Skywatch Friday: Green and Blue

This is one of those "Why do I bother?  I can't see a darn thing with the glare on my phone?" photos.  I had a sense when I took it that the sun was off stage.  Looking at this now, as I sit in frigid Connecticut and remember how nice it was to free of the shackles of winter, I realize that every day this week I wore some shade of green and blue together.  It's a remembering.  Here, where the sun has been off stage so much, it's all we can do!

Skywatch Friday

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  1. Beautiful, clear skies and I always love the water!! Wonderful captures for the day, Sandy, as always! Have a great weekend!

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  2. Anonymous12:37 AM

    It turned out well - lovely colours.

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  3. I like the light rays peeking through the top!

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  4. Very nice! I'm new at phone cameras, and enjoyed this post!

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  5. Looks bright and cheery.

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  6. Most of my photos are memory shots. I have books full of them. I have my computer almost full of them. Nice to have them. Have a great weekend. I hope your area thaws out some soon.

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  7. A beautiful shot for a "why do I bother"!

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  8. Always bother! This is a great shot...the promise of the sun. And it will return to you up North too soon.

    There is something so wonderful about those east coast drift fences ... we only spent that one summer up there but everytime I see those fences I wish I were back.

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  9. It's lovely. Green and blue works for me.. in clothing and especially in nature.

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  10. it's soon time for st. patrick's day!

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  11. i am hoping that sun is not off stage here tomorrow...just saying...smiles.

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  12. On a cold winter day it is nice to remember a warm sunny time at the beach.. Lovely image, Sandy! Enjoy your weekend!

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  13. Winter is slowly going away here in Oklahoma even though it is counterattacking Spring with howling winds and cold rain right now.

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  14. The calendar shows spring is near - nature seems to take its own time!

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