Thursday, March 19, 2009

Sky Watch Friday: Narratives In The Sky



Search the skies
They have infinite
Stories to tell

View other beautiful photos of the sky at http://skyley.blogspot.com/

18 comments:

Brosreview said...

Very true!!! Sometimes, I just lie down on the grass and stare at the sky above to derive numerous stories.

Great photographs done justice with your simple yet effective words!!!

Keep writing!!!

floreta said...

pretty pastel sky! i didn't know you participate in SWF too. :)

C Will said...

These pictures are soft and lovely!!:)

msdewberry said...

I love finding the stories in the clouds, the pictures that are visible. Sometimes you can't find words to describe what you see in the skies.

Carol said...

Great photos. Beautiful soft color in these skies. Like the light reflecting in the windows. Stirring words....

Guy D said...

Wow that first shot is awesome, thanks for sharing.

Have a great weekend!
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Regina Marie said...

I forgot to say I like your new profile pic..I love the words with the photos..always-
Whats the top building? The skies do have something to tell!

Tabib said...

I though I see alien with 3 eyes in the 2nd picture. ;)
Nice sky and Happy SW Friday!

Reader Wil said...

This quote reminds me of Haydn's Schöpfung, Part of it is called "Die Himmlen erzählen die Ehre Gottes"( the heavens tell the glory of God.)
Great pictures!

kazu said...

It's beautiful sky.
Great photos!

soulbrush said...

absolutely perfectly true.

Andrea said...

What a lovely peaceful post! :)

Babooshka said...

These are absolutely gorgeous.

david mcmahon said...

The pastels are beautiful. I also like the reflection on the windows in the first shot, too.

Brosreview said...

OFF TOPIC: Beloved Dreamer has awarded you with a "Kreativ Blogger Award". Umm, I am not quite sure you are aware of it. You can collect it from her spot. Cheers!!! And, congratulations!!!

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

The top one is especially lovely, soft lighting in the clouds, reflections on the building, excellent composition. Aren't skies endlessly fascinating? And thanks so much for visiting my skywatch photo. Much appreciated.

judith ellis said...

Ah, yes!

Saadi said...

Whoa; that's all I can say!