Thursday, June 16, 2011

skywatch FridaY:

One summer evening, which seems so far away, when we are not only in winter, but we have volcanic ash stopping our flights and the recurring after shocks of the earthquake in Christchurch.




joo said...

Lovely sky Ann!

My name is Riet said...

LOvely summer sky Ann

Pretty Life Online said...

nice one for skywatch! The sky is the daily bread of the eyes. Happy TGIF! Hoping you can visit my skywatch post.

Anonymous said...

you have a lovely sky.

Lesley said...

your poor country certainly has been rocked badly.

Kim, USA said...

Beautiful shot Ann. Looks like the forest is on fire. ^_^


Wanda said...

Wonderful capture. No sky is alike.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Summer is but a fond memory for you now...


Look up, my love,
Up, up in the sky!

Look up, my love,
And I’ll tell you why!

Suns and planets
Are wheeling in view;

Ten thousand stars
Are shining for you!

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Diamond Head

lina@women's perspectives said...

Lovely color in the sky, Ann.
Hope Christchurch condition will recover soon...

eileeninmd said...

Lovely colors in the sky, Ann! Happy skywatching and have a great weekend!

Rcel said...

That's beautiful! I hope you're safe from the ashes! :)

I hope you can visit and see my MARVELOUS MOON captures and be amazed yourself! Have a great weekend!

Tess said...

Its beautiful when the sun starts to rise, this shot is really pretty!

Kay L. Davies said...

Horrible events can cause beautiful skies. I don't know why, but it seems to be that way.
A very dramatic shot, Ann.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Tes said...

Lovely sky, Ann! happy weekend, dear friend! *hugs*

rainfield61 said...

We do not have any volcano here.

But it is very hazy.

A seasonal event.

Laura said...

so pretty Ann! Thanks for dropping by and for your kind words I really appreciate that. I'm not in terrible pain all the time, more like annoying discomfort (sometimes pain) on recent months my right foot constantly burns as if someone lit it on fire...it is more the relentless fatigue, the speech difficulties and the inability to walk very far or for long that are hardest for me and keep me mostly home bound now. But MS can be very painful...everyone experiences it differently...no two people with MS have all the same symptoms.

Anonymous said...

What a pretty sky!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Hi Ann. That's a lovely sky and it is good to remember the lovely summer days when winter is upon us! I did not know that the earthquake would be affecting you and hope that the skies clear up again pretty soon.