Skywatch Friday


A dramatic sunset at the end of a perfect spring day on Speyside. The two man-made silhouettes are a whisky distillery chimney at the left, and an electricity pole sort of thing (the technical name of which I obviously don't know) towards the right.



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Comments

  1. Lovely colours you have here. The dark cloud serves to emphasise the wonderful oranges.

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  2. Dramatic is correct. Those dark clouds are a bit scary.

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  3. very cool! the amber-ebony clouds against the weird blue! very, very cool!

    we don't get to see this particular sky-pallette, ever.

    thanks for sharing.

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    .ero

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  4. Oh, wow. I wish these came as part of a pop-up book. I would love to get the sense of this sky lunging at me.

    Hey thanks for visiting me on No Chickadees!

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  5. It's like a Painting! Beautiful!!

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  6. Fantastic picture! Wonderful colours.

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  7. Beautiful and ominous skies and great photographs. Thank you for sharing.
    Smiles

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  8. Wonderful dusk skies, love the clouds

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  9. Fabulous. Love the sooty gray clouds mixed in with the blue and yellow!

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  10. It's really dramatic. Captured it well.

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  11. Wow, Great skywatch - such a dramatic sky!

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  12. Hope you toasted the sunset with a free dram at the distillery!theri

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  13. a very moody and dramatic sky...would make a great opening to a mystery movie :)

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  14. A colourdul end toyour day and a beautiful Dutch fog below.

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  15. Linda: We've already commented on this delightful assortment of clouds. Now, we wonder, is everyone in Scotland still talking about native daughter: Susan Boyle? She sure seemed to put her wee village on the map!

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  16. Such dramatic skies! Looks like rain's on it's way.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  17. Thanks for the comments - I appreciate them.

    In answer to Greensboro Daily Photo's question about Susan Boyle, I have to admit that I've been rather cut off from mainstream life over the past week, but the Susan Boyle phenomenon is still pretty inescapable.

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  18. Wonderful colors for SkyWatch! A bit drama going on amongst the clouds!

    Thanks for visiting my blog! :)

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  19. I guess we scots are like buses...you wait ages and three come along at once!

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  20. Excellent photos. Really nicely done
    Thank you for sharing, great photoblog :)

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  21. There's more drama in those two photos than in the whole Lord of the Rings thrilogy.
    Absolutely wonderfully dark and menacing with fire coloured edges. makes me think of the frase: "Hell hath no fury ..."
    Should be featured in some fantasy film as a sky over a particularly evil place.

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  22. Great and dramatic skies!

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  23. beautiful photos...almost looks unreal

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