Thursday, 18 December 2008

SkyWatch Friday;

SkyWatch Friday;


Waiting for a new sunrise.
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20 comments:

Guy D said...

Looks like a great spot to watch the sunrise, great pic.

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

Gail said...

I love skywatch friday! Nice sky and sky watch site! gail

Pearl Maple said...

Fun photo for Sky Watch Friday, it is exciting to see what new views everyone finds to share with us each week.

Thanks for your kind comments on my post earlier.

Pretty Life Online said...

Cool catch for Skywatch!!! Happy weekend! Mine's up too hope you can visit....

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Looks like fun!

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Many SWF photos I've viewed today have reminded me of poems or lyrics. This nice one triggered the remembrance of an old Les Paul/Mary Ford song, the first line of which is "Dear One, the world is waiting for the sunrise."

Thanks for your visit to my SWF post.

babooshka said...

The sky is so rich and intense a perfect palce to watch it.

Darla said...

What's more beautiful, the sky or the precious little one in front of the sky? Great photo.

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Sunrises take so much committment. You really have to wake up early. But sunsets are easier that way. But both are special in their own way.

Sue said...

What a sweet smile for that early in the morning! The sky looks lovely already, too!

People with Cameras said...

Beautiful! Perfect place to watch Mother Nature.

Suzanne said...

A lovely photo, so serene and peaceful.
Happy SWF.

Roses and stuff said...

No wonder that pretty girl looks happy - what a fabulous view!

Katarina

angela said...

I've just been visiting cold European blogs so this warmth is a lovely change.

Nice capture..

bintang said...

Do they actually provide a bench just to watch a sun rise?

Arija said...

Oh how pretty, is that your granddaughter? So seautiful against the sky.

as-nunes said...

Sun rise in your cowntry! It will be exciting. Over Pacific...
I´m remebering the extraordinary early morning contacts as amateur radio in 20 meter band, years 80, with another ham stations in your cowntry. Directly, station to station. I have some QSL cards with beautifull pics of your country.
I wish you all the best and a Merry Christmas!
António

Hort Log said...

wow, I would like to do that too....Have a blessed Christmas !

mirage2g said...

Cool! I'd do that in the summer! A lovely girl to accompany the sun! Have a nice week!

Titania said...

Thank you for all the thoughts and comments.