Friday, February 25, 2011

SkyWatch Friday



Beautiful blue skies over Lake Jackson just north of Tallahassee. If you click on the picture and "biggify" it, you will see some birds floating on the lake and a tiny moon in the sky. To see more lovely skies from around the world, don't miss SkyWatch Friday.

17 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Immensity blue!This picture is wonderful!
Léia

Pam said...

How utterly awesome! Which way is up.. its hard to tell. Beautiful blue skies, Lois.

Enjoy your weekend.. be well and happy,
Pam

Joe said...

Your photo really shows the vastness of the land hanging beneath the promise of such a bright sky.

Mama-Bug said...

Wonderful sky scene Lois, especially where there is also water. Hope you have a great weekend!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

That is a nice effect. Blue water, blue sky, and a thin strip of land in between. I always love the daytime moon.

Sylvia K said...

Definitely my idea of the perfect start for a day!!! BLUE, BLUE skies! I, too, love the daytime moon! Hope you have a beautiful weekend, Lois!

Sylvia

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

I really like this shot, Lois! The way you composed it by putting the horizon down low is perfect. Such a bright, clear, blue sky!

And thanks again for all your wonderful comments today!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Re your comment on Images...no, I didn't spit on the course (only Tigers do that stuff!)...but I think I did curse my putter...

Lucy the Cat said...

Now that's a sky! So much blue with the lake too. I love a moon during the day!

Darla said...

Nice capture! Did you get that heavy downpour today in about 12 minutes? It was really strange.

Birdman said...

That's a whole bunch of sky!

biebkriebels said...

So peaceful, the flat water and the sky without clouds.

Rambling Round said...

So serene!

Genie said...

Beautiful sky-peaceful waters-awesome shot. This is a lovely post.

JM said...

Great framing, Lois!

Rob and Mandy said...

What an incredible blue!

jennyfreckles said...

This reminds me how small I am compared to the vastness of the universe. Strangely comforting.