Friday, 21 November 2008

Sky Watch Friday

Orange Sky

I think this is my best Sky Watch Friday photo so far (modesty is my middle name!) It was taken on Wednesday evening with my camera phone, from almost the same place as last weeks Sky Watch photo. I really am going to start keeping my proper camera at my side. This photo could have been so much better if I'd had it with me (will I ever learn?!)

To join in with Sky Watch Friday, and to see the sky from all over the world, head to the Sky Watch Friday Blog.

I'm off visiting family in the North this weekend, and I haven't got myself organised with scheduled posts, so you'll just have to survive without me until next week! I hope you all have a great weekend and I look forward to catching up with your blogs next week.
_

31 comments:

Ming the Merciless said...

Wow, that is a dramatic sky!! Love the color and the cloud formation.

Darla said...

What kind of freakin' phone you got? That is so beautiful!

brian said...

beautiful colors!

Louise said...

It's spectacular!

Sara G said...

LOVE LOVE the color!!
Take care

Tash said...

so I said to myself - this is Marley's best sky photo yet. So take a bow - it may be on the top 10 of all SWF photos combined. just wonderful.

SandyCarlson said...

Your camera phone did a very nice job! That's gorgeous. God bless.

Guy D said...

Fantastic capture, I love the colors.

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

babooshka said...

You had some sort of recording device which is the main thing. This you are right would have been the prize winner with a camera. It is incredible and your middle name is genius.

Have good trip.

Lori said...

Wow! That photo is amazing! I love the curve of the road off into the distance. What a beautiful shot. Enjoy your time away!

Connie said...

At least you had a camera phone to capture such a beautiful glowing sky. Nice picture.

magiceye said...

spectacular indeed!!

uncleawang said...

Wow!!! Amazing perfect for SWF
Have a nice day.

Baruch said...

I love sunsets & this one is a beautiful reminder why I do. Thanks for sharing

Bergson said...

We are going to avoid money troubles with a golden sky

You read french !! ;-)

Rocks said...

Camera phone? wow! that's so good! beautiful orange color..great!

Gail's Man said...

That's a pretty good photo for a camera phone. You must have one of those state of the art jobs with a 5mb camera.

Enjoy your break & catch you later.

Jackie said...

That is a good photo for a cameraphone. I'm the same, I don't always remember to have my camera with me. My friend has just given me her old phone so I'm going to investigate the cameraphone possibilities - if I can get random shots like this I'll be very happy!

Have a great weekend Oop North :)

Hope said...

This photo is just stunning...and with a camera phone!

Tanya said...

Awesome shot Marley, it looks like the sky is on fire!
Enjoy your time with your family :)

Debbie said...

Such stunning, bright oranges.

Great capture!

Dewdrop said...

Camera Phone?! Wow! Impressive! That is a wonderfully beautiful sky! I love the turmoil in the cloud base and the AMAZING color!

Oh, and I popped into your macro blog... love your stuff!

Ken Mac said...

Stunner!

Sandra Evertson said...

Gorgeous!
Sandra

Ms. Hays said...

ooo ah ah ah Very Very Pretty!

D.C. Confidential said...

Wow, Marley. That's breathtaking! Very lovely.

Hyde DP said...

great sky - my competition result is up - no trolls but I loved the idea!

Hilda said...

Oops, I hope I'm not too late to wish you a wonderful and safe trip! Work's been catching up with me and I've hardly had time to visit.

What you catch with your camera phone is more than what most of us manage! Makes me want to follow that road to wherever it goes.

Neva said...

I love that you got this with your camera phone!!! what a hoot....I don't always have my "proper" camera with me either (such an British statement Marley!!) but I am trying to keep it handy...

Tuga7 said...

fantastic view! Great capture!

Dusty Lens said...

Gorgeous sky, Marley, beautiful! Enjoy your trip with family. See you next week.

Blog Widget by LinkWithin