Thursday, January 28, 2010

SkyWatch Friday - Season 4 Episode 29



Thanks to the skywatch team who are: Klaus, Sandy, Wren, Fishing Guy, Louise and Sylvia for all your hard work in making SkyWatch possible. Click here if you would like to view sky photographs from all over the world or if you want to participate yourself: http://skyley.blogspot.com/.



In Chicagoland area we are viewing gray skies one day after another. Here is an image which I took yesterday of sewer pipes steaming. It is hard to tell where the sky and the land separate.

30 comments:

  1. I had to enlarge it to get an idea of what is going on. I'll take it. Great idea.

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  2. ah..we're having the same gray skies. can get depressing but thankfully, the sun is starting to come out after several days of those grays. happy weekend!

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  3. Oh my goodness... I thought it was a snow squall!
    Whoa!
    ~Maria

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  4. Oh my goodness that's something else. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. That's a lot of steam!
    Hope better skies brighten for you soon.

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  6. looks like the "snow sky" we've been seeing here before the onset of some serious white stuff in montana... great shot

    gp

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  7. one day a couple of summers ago...we were warned of a huge storm that was coming. I ran out to secure things, and move my potted flowers to safer spots (in case of heavy wind or hail) and was taking a few photos of the flower beds so that if they were ruined...I'd at least have a few to compare to...anyways..I did take a few photos of the sky and after we looked at the photos...we could see that the storm clouds actually looked like there was an angry face looking down on our street! It was creeeeepy!
    I hope the sun starts shining for you soon!

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  8. Very intriguing - I couldn't work it out at all from the thumbnail on the Skywatch site.

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  9. Almost looks like a blizzardm beautiful. Thanks for stopping by.

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  10. I'm so glad you posted photos of gray skies! Most of us most of the time post only those picture-perfect sunny days. But this winter there's been more gray than normal here in CO too, so thanks for showing the sky as it truly is today.

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  11. You really can't tell! It is eerily lovely though. I appreciate that you remind us that we can see something interesting n every season if we look hard enough.

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  12. Mostly grey skies are boring, you've made a very special shot of it.
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  13. Wow, a different take on skies. I like it!

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  14. This is a fabulous photo...understated and cool.

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  15. Great shots are where you find them, but you have to be there, see them AND have a camera ready. Of course you were totally prepared!

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  16. I love the "eye" in the first photo. The last one is surreal and very cool. I would have never guessed what it was had you not said. Great capture!

    p.s. I am no longer part of the SWF team. A hard decision based on a too-busy life. I just don't want to get credit where none is due!

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  17. Me too! I love the first photo with the unusual 'eye'.

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  18. Mmmm great shot but dull weather. Hope the sun comes soon.

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  19. I'll rather not driving in such a condition..

    Thanks for stopping by my SWF earlier.

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  20. This is a very unique photo Joyce. It's fascinating to see the car disappear into the steam while the presence of the tree and Nature continues to persist in the Moment.

    Enjoy....

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  21. Very unique shot Joyce, excellent pic.

    All the best
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  22. The point of
    your observation is interesting.

    I'm glad your comment.
    Thank you ♪

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  23. Wow, what an unusual view... A little scary for me, thanks for sharing this great picture...

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  24. A really fascinating photo! Great catch!

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