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Friday, January 18, 2013

SkyWatch Friday: beautiful world

I've decided to combine three of my favorite things ~ poetry, quotes and photography ~ by now and then adding some favorite words to some of my favorite photos. With maybe a little music thrown in from time to time. :-)

Sunrise from our back porch, taken with my new Rebel on 12/26/12

Of course, what other song could I have chosen, really? :-)
If you're unable to view it from here, the short jaunt to YouTube is well worth it!

And so is the short jaunt to SkyWatch! :-)
Enjoy beautiful skies from around the world, and a beautiful weekend!

20 comments:

  1. Indeed a wonderful world with that sunset.

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  2. A beautiful shot and wonderful words.

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  3. what a great colorful sky! thanx for stopping by :)

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  4. What lovely colors you have here. And wonderful words to fit in.

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  5. Great capture. Happy sky watching.

    My sky.

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  6. Extremely beautiful. So ya like the new camera, eh? MB

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  7. Oh, I like this! Those are all things I love, too. What a perfect quote to go with your gorgeous photo, and so true!

    Great song, too. It is indeed a wonderful world! :)

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  8. Isn't that song by Armstrong great! What a view from your back porch! Have a nice weekend -- barbara

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  9. Photos, quotes and poetry... a powerful brew!! Beautiful post, I really like it!!

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  10. I love that song... and I think that's my favourite sky pic you've taken, it looks like paint that's been dragged across the sky. Sublime...

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  11. Wonderful post indeed. Lovely sunset, words and music!

    Thanks for dropping by, have a nice weekend :)

    www.womenandperspectives.com

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  12. Thank you, everyone, I'm glad you enjoyed this post! I thought this stunning sunrise, wonderful words, and splendid song made a great medley (or, if you prefer, a powerful brew! Love that.) :-) Thank you all for stopping by and leaving your kind comments, it's much appreciated.

    Small City Scenes ~ I do, but it still has MUCH to teach me! (So much, it still intimidates me!)

    Barbara (KY)~ Sure is! One of the best!

    Spare Parts ~ You know, I've often combined quotes with my photos (this post was a favorite), but never ON my photos - and they do seem to pack more punch this way!

    Barbara (UK) ~ Really? Wow! I'm glad you like it - others have been more dramatic, but this sunrise was soft and lovely, and I love your analogy to a painting. Here is the original, if you'd like to see it unadultered with typing. :-)

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  13. You are so lucky to have such a western view from your porch. Just lovely!

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  14. Sara ~ We do indeed have a beautiful western view (of the Big Horn Mountains) from our FRONT porch, but this is a sunrise, and hence a view to the east from our BACK porch! :-) (I wonder why everyone seems to think it's a sunset?) We get far more beautiful sunrises than sunsets out here, at least at this time of year, but I got some amazing photos of a humdinger of a sunset last night, and they'll be next week's SkyWatch post. So stay tuned! :-)

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  15. What a beautiful concept ... and quote. Thank you!

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  16. Ingrid ~ My pleasure! :-) I just love your blog, and thank you for visiting mine!

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  17. Still gorgeous without the words... such beautiful colours.

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  18. What an amazing sunrise from your back porch. I'm glad you do the skyWatch Friday's just so you don't start taking those skies for granted.

    I was able to view the the video without taking a short jaunt which made it very convenient. I agree a perfect choice!!

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  19. Jo ~ I can't imagine ever taking skies like these for granted, but I do appreciate having such a great weekly excuse to share them! :-)

    I'm not sure what's up with that video. When I first posted it, I'd get a disclaimer on the video screen that viewing options were restricted and you had to watch it on YouTube. But after a day or two, that went away and I was able to watch it on my blog. Weird!

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