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Thursday, May 16, 2013

Sky Watch Friday


There was plenty of sky watching in Texas last night.  We had some very bad weather.  Trust wherever you may be, blue skies are smiling down. If you pay Sandy, Sylvia and Yogie at http://skyley.blogspot.com a visit, great worldwide sky sights can be found.


Different views looking through tree limbs. The following one drew the attention of the birds.  Decided it would make a nice place to build a  nest.


 

 

20 comments:

Steffi said...

Very beautiful photos for SWF!Have a nice weekend!

HansHB said...

Nice photos!
Happy SWF to you!

SwedishCorner ~ DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Beautiful photos, LV! The sky is amazing and sometimes you are lucky to capture it perfectly :) Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

Karen said...

Great silhouette shots LV!

Ginny said...

That ls a BIG nest way up high!!! Wonder if it belongs to a squirrel?

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Your pictures are lovely; I wondered whether you were near those horrible storms. (I'm a little vague on Texas geography, even though we've spent some time in the state.) I take it by this post that you didn't suffer any damage. (Those tornadoes were terrible.)

George said...

I hope that bad weather was far from you. I like the beautiful sunset sky in your first photo.

Liz said...

Beautiful shot. Happy sky watching.

My sky.

jeanne, backyard neighbor said...

Hello LV, I love your sky photo with the trees. That nest sitting in the bare trees is awesome. I wonder if it was an early nest for Spring or left over.

I also love your vintage fire hydrant find. "A dogs best friend" made me laugh.

It is a beautiful day here in the mountains. I should be outside pulling weeds from one of my garden beds. I am mostly done though. Everything is looking so pretty at last. I need to take photos for next Wednesday. Smile.

Wishing you happy days my sweet blogging friend.
Love,
Jeanne

PS: The email you sent about flowers I think...would not open on my computer. Sigh. My hubs said he could try so I sent it to him. Then I forgot to ask him. I will today.

Margaret Gosden said...

The moon and its companion - what serendipity!

Laloofah said...

The skies you photographed look so gentle! May they remain that way, even while bringing you the rain you need!

Fun that you got to spy the bird nest while the branches were bare. I imagine any new tenants that might use it this year will soon be enjoying plenty of privacy behind abundant leafiness as they raise their babies.

DawnTreader said...

The second photo reminds me of watching a couple of magpies trying to build a nest in a tree near my kitchen window a few weeks ago (branches still bare). They were at it now and then for a few days but then they gave up. Hopefully they found a better spot. Too funny watching them... They just couldn't get the first stick(s) to stay in place, they fell back onto the ground - quite a hopeless game! Thanks for visiting my blog.

magiceye said...

Pretty captures!

Gattina said...

Nice photos ! for the moment it's hard to catch a blue sky we have such a bad weather !

NatureStop said...

Nice shots! love that first one.Have a great weekend!

Shantana

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» thanks you for visiting San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

Carletta said...

Love the soft colors behind the silhouetted branches!
Maybe there will be baby birds to see and enjoy. :)

Shelia said...

What pretty snaps and God bless those little birds high up in the trees. Thanks so much for popping in to see me.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Jeanne said...

Lovely shots of your big Texan Sky.

beyondwandering.com said...

Beautiful sky shots!