Friday, February 8, 2008

Sky Watch


25 comments:

dot said...

That is certainly different looking and very beautiful!

Petunia said...

Beautiful:D

Lilli & Nevada said...

Wow! that is fire for sure. Beautiful

DarylE said...

Its like the horizon is afire .. amazing

Sonia said...

Stunning photo! Looks like the sky is on fire!

Misty Dawn said...

Wow! Now that is a red sky like I've never seen!

Carole said...

This is wonderful and makes me miss NM. Can't wait to visit there again.

Marie said...

Amazing!

Kostas said...

I thank for the visit in my blog.
Yours are splendid with marvellous pictures!
Amazing the sunset!

Nikon said...

Beautiful shot & a great blog!
Thanks for your visit to Hemingway :-) "A Moveable Feast" is a great book.

Selma said...

It is an egg held in the hands of the Gods, then cracked in the sky.

Sandy Carlson said...

That is just gorgeous! God bless. Thanks for stopping by.

Andrea said...

Wow, I have never seen a picture so bright and pretty. Nice.

Mary said...

Oh, Tim. I would love to know where that was taken. It's stunning.

T.R. said...

Santa Fe, NM from the dog's park right in town.

Andrée said...

The colors! I enjoy this photo so much.

RuneE said...

That sun looks dangerous...!

Ida said...

GREAT! :)))
Love it.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Excellant Sky watch

Dick said...

Wow, that is beautiful. I love your previous post too. Thanks for visiting.

Lana Gramlich said...

Oooh. So lovely & warm. :)

Yolanda said...

This is stunning.

Dorid said...
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Dorid said...

we have the BEST skies in New Mexico ;)

You know it's funny, because on one of my blogs I did a post called "the many faces of the Sandias" and it consisted totally of photos I took from my front porch.

The pink at night, the mountains shrouded in winter clouds, the mountains against a stark blue sky, the mountains at moonrise... and I'm always amazed at the different qualities the same subject has at different times.

This photo just reminded me of that, how something we might take for granted is rendered differently by the light and atmosphere...

BTW, my travel site has just changed names, but is still up in it's entirety. I had some problems with trolls from my other blog, but you can find it at http://katsroad.blogspot.com

Berit said...

Oh my god, this is very beautiful!!!

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