In my mind, I'm five years old having a high old time wandering and wondering. In reality, I'm now in my late 60s, wowza! I tell you a lot of creativity is still to be found in this old young self. In you, too, whatever your age. Welcome to my barefoot world!
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Beautiful SkyWatch posting!ReplyDelete
thank you for sharing this beautiful photo work
Happy SWF! Have a good weekend,
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That's a beautiful capture !ReplyDelete
Nisha - Le Monde A Poetic Travail
that is a sweet view of the sky and so nicely framed too, have a great weekendReplyDelete
I love how this is composed. Very nice!ReplyDelete
Hi Su-sieee! Thanks for stopping by my PhotoBlog and commenting on the Up Over My Head clothes pens. I hang out laundry all year long here in Texas, and love the fresh smell of the sheets and breeze blown clothes! We always hung out clothes growing up, so like you it reminds me of my Mother...besides it sure saves on electricity!ReplyDelete
More neat clouds. You seem to always have those roung fluffy clouds. Lately ours are those long streaky looking ones. Not pretty at all. Ours must be the cold weather clouds because it sure ain't warm.ReplyDelete
love how you framed the sky. great shot.ReplyDelete
Bram, thank you. :-)ReplyDelete
Nisha, thank you, too. :-)
Pearl Maple, thanks. "Sweet" is the perfect description of the sky. I was sitting on some steps across the way, and there was the sky peeking at me and saying, "Hey, click me."
Collectin Texas Gal, He-ey! The mama is still waiting for us to put a clothesline back up. It's only been, uhm, 7 years.
Manzi, until 3 or 4 years ago, we didn't have clouds like these. I'm thinking they followed us when we came home from a New Mexico road trip. I kept oohing about the clouds there.
Luna Miranda, thank you. :-)
Jenn, you said it!
i can honestly say i've never been to holister, although san juan bautista is one of my favorite missions in the central valley, looks like a place that hasn't changed that much in time and thats a great thing :)ReplyDelete
Great shot, I love how you lined up the hole in the clouds with the framing of the trees.ReplyDelete
mi piace l'effetto della foto-rubata del cielo tra gli alberi.
Buona domenica :)
Noel, San Juan Bautista does seem timeless, I agree. I wouldn't mind living there.ReplyDelete
Al, thank you.:-)
Rosa, grazie. :-)
happy sky, love it!ReplyDelete
Wonderful, clear colors! Great shot.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Johnny Nutcase and bettyl! :-)ReplyDelete