Thursday, November 5, 2009

skywatch friday

skywatch friday time again- click the badge to see other skies around the world...

here are a few from this week in boise- the first on halloween ......
election day.....


and today-

15 comments:

Linda Jacobs said...

Love all the different looks!

Corner Gardener Sue said...

I like them all, and it's hard to pick a favorite, but the squirrel and bird ones may be.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great collection of photos. The first is a very spooky Halloween tree. I would hate to meet it at night.
I have to admit the election day photograph made me laugh. When I looked at it the thought "blowing smoke" came to me.

I liked the birds in the tree pic a lot also.

J Bar said...

Great shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

marianne said...
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Serendipity said...

Wow, great shots! The second one is so unusual!

eden said...

wonderful captures of the different views of the sky. i like most the squirrel and the bird pictures.

Postcards from Wildwood said...

Lovely collection, Marianne. My favourite is the first one, although to me it looks wintry rather than autumn - we don't get much snow here so perhaps when winter comes in your part of the world it will be covered in snow? Love the starkness of it anyway, and the colours.
Janice.

uproad said...

absolutely gorgeous collection of images!

marianne said...

thanks all!

sue, yogi & eden- i am obssessed with bird in trees against the sky photos, glad you like it too!

yogi- :) on the election photo comment

janice- those are fall colors here too- it may get a bit of snow, but probably not snowed in all winter-

thanks to all of you for stopping by & commenting-

Tamarak said...

Love that first tree...such atmosphere in the photo...the shape of the tree skeleton and the grey sky...

Susie said...

The top pick of the lone bare tree is fabulous to me.

Sharon said...

I love sky shots and tree shots and bird shots. You got it all and I am so glad I stopped by. Very nice.

Barb said...

I see your hills are still bare, Marianne. I like the silhouettes of the tree and branches - very indicative of fall.

Marja-Leena said...

Mielen kiintoisia kuvia!