Garden in the subtropics;
Currumbin Valley; Queensland, Australia
Lovely captures, Titania! Love the composition in your first shot with the trees framing the sky! Beautiful colors and what a beautiful way to start the day! Have a wonderful weekend!Sylvia
How I long to see/feel/smell clouds ... Please have a great Friday.daily athens
Very nice. I have a tree shot too.
Beautiful skywatch photo, Titania! Love like a great start to the day!
Lovely gentle skies Titania.
Beautiful sky photos. Have a nice weekend!
I love the way the sky is framed in number one!
Great shots.Sydney - City and Suburbs
I love the beauty of the morning glory. I see them from my window. Sorry for my absences. Been so long.Hope your Winter is not as cold as ours.
Lovely collection of photos to celebrate Sky Watch Friday. Have a great weekend.
This is like a painting in the sky. Love the pastel shades and puffy clouds.
I really wonder where those fiery color sky came from. The sky always reminds me of how beautiful nature is and it could never be duplicated for each second and minute they brought an awe to us. Happy weekend!SWF~Fiery
Hello Titania! I really enjoy these fascinating skies, what a nice light!Happy weekend!
Does the trees frame the map of Australia in the first photo?How cold is your temperature?This year's winter flu is very contagious. My whole family is suffering. I had a flu jab, but working with kids who come to school doesn't really help.
The clouds are painting pictures in the sky.
Pretty skies Titania, love the pastel colors and I particularly enjoyed the first photo framed in the dark silhouette of trees. Enjoy your weekend and thank you so much for stopping by my blog.
Remarkable composition for the first one.. you framed the sky perfectly between the branches...There is a small contest running on my blog, to participate, you need to only,Subscribe to Pixellicious Photos and Comment on the Contest Post
Titania, I am featuring your blog on my sidebar this week.
http://annsnowchin.blogspot.com/2010/08/macro-flowers.htmlHi Titania,I need your advice. I went as far back as your December posts, and I didn't see any post on this flower. Do you know what it is? It seems to be a common garden plant, and it is also used in floral arrangement by florists.
I'm always intrigued by your sky pictures. Nice job!
The skies are truly glorious. What a great beginning to the day.
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