Friday, April 18, 2008




I took this yesterday, as the sun came up.. the sunrise was breathtaking, but after viewing the photo, what really caught my eye was the reflection in the FEMA trailer windows...

This photo, while showing my not-so-pretty FEMA trailer park, shows the sky late yesterday afternoon, I thought the clouds behind were the most amazing shade of blue...


Want to participate? Sky Watch Friday originates at Wigger's World...

25 comments:

Daniel J Santos said...

Beautiful colors, great images.

fishing guy said...

Anita: Beautiful reflections and a beautiful blue cloudy sky. Never apologize for who you are and your beliefs. The music is great.

Anita said...

Thanks - on all accounts!
Some days I leave this blog open just to listen to this playlist... lol

Old Wom Tigley said...

Both of these are fantastic.. you have a great eye for a photo...

Anita said...

Thanks!

Anne-Berit said...

beautiful photos,both of them.Thank you for stopping by!

quintarantino said...

I've been waitinf all these days and let me say that the waiting was worth it ... first an ODD shot and now an AWESOME one ... fantastic reflections and great colours.
And great music.

Anemone said...

WOW.... this was great pictures !!! YES!!! I did like them both.

Nice weekend wishes to you, from Norway.

Anita said...

Thanks everyone! :)

Daryl E said...

The color is amazing. I cant seem to get myself up in time to actually see the sunrise ...

Anita said...

You know, when I was younger I swore up and down I was a night owl... I hated mornings, I always worked graveyard shifts...
But in the last 18 months or so, I've been going to bed earlier, getting up earlier, and I've found that my energy flows so much better with this schedule! I'm a morning person, and never knew it! (I was always seeing the sunrise from the wrong side - being up all night, instead of just getting up to greet it!) lol

DeeMom said...

Awesome photos

Neat music, got my toes tapping ;)

Anita said...

That music is the sort of music that runs through my veins from way back on my dad's side...

SandyCarlson said...

That's an amazing photo. You see as an artist sees and you transform your world!

Anita said...

Thank you!

John said...

These are absolutely wonderful! I love the reflection in the FEMA trailer windows.

Pernille's ting og tang said...

Fatastic shots from you to day. The fist one is amazing! Well done:)

Lilli & Nevada said...

Those are some really great colors on the first photo

Carole said...

This is gorgeous.

dot said...

Beautiful blue in your sky!

Jules said...

What magical images.

So interested to read about the tornado. We had our own disaster here in Rabaul a number of years ago - volcanic eruption. The town has never recovered and because of continuous ash falls on and off since it will never be the town it was. The volcano at the moment is very active and blowing ash all over us - hence the wingeing on my blog!!!!!

So much beauty but so much violence.!!!

Misty Dawn said...

Great photos. I love the golden sky and reflection in the first one. It looks like a world of gold.

Hope to see your critter photo for Camera-Critters this weekend.

Ida said...

I love the first one!
So beautiful! :)))

Ida

TorAa said...

I'm impressed - you are a good photografer - the least I could say

Anita said...

Thank you everyone!

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