Thursday, August 21, 2008




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Wednesday's sunset...


Sky Watch Friday hosted by SandyCarlson, IMac & Tom - go HERE to join!

16 comments:

JC said...

Great photo.

Anita said...

Thanks...

Pretty much the same old thing... but I've curtailed my drives in the country to take pictures, so I'm limited in my "things to take pictures of"! :)

Louise said...

This one made me gasp. Well done.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Wow great photo love the colors

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi Anita
This really is a cracker and warmed me up just looking at it... it also shows just how good a shot can be got near to home... mine this week... ( thank you for your nice comments btw ) are taken just up the road from me.. The setting was Auto and I just had to point the camera and click.. so simple.. I think we both showed this week that we do not need to travle far or indeed plan ahead to get good Sky Watch pictures..
Tom

magiceye said...

fiery!

Want to see how the Mumbai sky looked this morning at 0644hrs? Click here

Pernille's ting og tang said...

Wow! Wonderful photo with lovely colors. I think it's very nice with the pink around. You did a very nice job:)

Anne-Berit said...

Oh my...That`s the most amazing photo I have ever seen.The colours are gorgeous!

Daryl said...

Another WOW .. and the pink border really adds to the POP of the sky color

:-Daryl

Anita said...

Thanks! :)

Kelly said...

Wonderful photo! Can't believe you basically just pointed and clicked...I saw that Tom said you all put it on auto and clicked. I'd never get something this good without lots of preparation! Well done to a natural photographer! Great job!

John said...

Very nice photo with lovely colors!
Well captured.

SandyCarlson said...

Now that could be a painting. That is wonderful.

Thanks for stopping by and for sharing your vision!

Anita said...

Sunset and sunrise photos are always easy in Kansas - they look just like this in real life, so point and shoot works well! :)

imac said...

wow, so beautiful, love the colour.

babooshka said...

That' a real flaming orange shot.

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