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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

When the Color in the Trees leaves...

...One looks to the sky.

11 comments :

  1. Very nice. Too bad sky color is always so fleeting.

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  2. Lovely Dave. ..I could look at that sky every morning.

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  3. Oh that's gorgeous. Love it.

    While you're still doing the fall colours, you might be interested in this post by Callan Bentley at the NOVA Geoblog (my other blog is a geology blog...).

    He's shot photos from his apartment window over the past month and a half, and you can see how the colours are all changing. I was very surprised to suddenly see the road when sufficient leaves had fallen!

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  4. Cindy,

    It does disappear quickly, but that's what makes it so special. :)

    Gail,

    Cold weather brings out the color in the sunrises. I think the air is clearer and the angle of the sun creates a setting that is excellent for viewing.

    JJ,

    Thanks! I take a look at his post, sounds interesting!

    Tina,

    You caught it! ;)

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  5. Gorgeous! With nothing to obstruct our view to the west here, we see so many lovely sunsets. Sunrises, too! I will never get tired of seeing beauty like this.

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  6. Stunning Dave!

    Was it a "sailor's warning" morning?

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  7. Wowza--what beautiful scenery. I love how the pinks and blues and purples come out right before sunset. So gorgeous!

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  8. Beautiful color & your right about the "leaves".

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  9. That is an amazing sky - the colors are so beautiful.

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