Thursday, March 4, 2010

SkyWatch Friday

SkyWatch Friday time again... Bob and I race around grabbing cameras to capture current scenes outside. He scoots out the door first and I follow about 15 minutes later. Timing is everything. Light changes rapidly. So, whenever I think our images will be identical, I am wrong.
My first image reminds me of how I paint in watercolor. I love when that happens. The second image has the sun creeping across the field and orchard with a cloud hugging a snow-covered mountain in the distance.






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Thanks to the SkyWatch Team: Klaus Sandy Wren Fishing Guy Louise Sylvia



17 comments:

Eaglesbrother said...

Beautiful Elisabeth..Kewl!!!

Tunes Photo said...

So beautiful! I really like it. The colours are so soft.

whatandysees said...

Real art captured in a fraction of a second, but you still need that "eye".........:)
Thanks for sharing your eye!.....

Kcalpesh said...

Mysterious, Dramatic and perfectly artistic!

Pixellicious Photos

jabblog said...

Both beautiful - but the first is quite stunning!

Spiderdama said...

Beautiful landscape and skies!:-)

Sylvia K said...

Such beautiful shots, Elisabeth! Particularly love the soft colors in the first one, but the composition of both of them is superb! Hope you have wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

joo said...

Great photos!
Have a nice weekend:)

Dewdrop said...

Amazing how two people standing side by side can have such a different perspective on a scene... and how that is conveyed in a picture.

Wonderful!

J Bar said...

They're great.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Manang Kim said...

You are right a matter of seconds the sky change. Lovely shot. Thanks for the visit too.

SkyWatchFriday

Light and Voices said...

Skies do change within seconds. Nice job.
Joyce

Hildred and Charles said...

Lovely soft colours and beautifully framed shots.

Samson said...

Beautiful shot, they look like painting

Menacing Clouds

Jennifer Robin said...

I love the composition in that first shot!

Kass said...

I especially love the mystery of the first shot.

Laura Hegfield said...

Truly magical photos!