Thursday, January 10, 2013

Skywatch Friday 18


Sunset, December 29, 2012...




















24 comments:

Light and Voices said...

Lovely words attached to wonderful skywatch Friday post.
JM Illinois

Heather said...

Light and Voices: Thank you.

ladyfi said...

Such gorgeous colours!

Leave It To Davis said...

It almost looks like the sky is on fire.

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Fantastic photos!

Heather said...

Ladyfi: Thank you, though all credit goes to Mother Nature. *g*

Heather said...

Davis: It really did. I wish I could have seen more of the sky than just a peek through the trees.

Heather said...

Anne: Thank you! :)

Alice Audrey said...

Cool and warm at the same time. They definitely has the feel of winter to them.

Heather said...

Alice: The feel of winter...I don't suppose that has anything to do with the snow clinging to some of the trees? :D

(And yes, I know I can be a snot sometimes. You love me anyway, hehe.)

Shelley Munro said...

That is really pretty. We don't seem to have many sunsets where we live.

Leonora said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, Heather!
We do have some dramatic skies here- this link is another one we grabbed the camera for after Hurricane Sandy blew through, back in October.

http://ajournalofdays.blogspot.com/2012/10/good-riddance-sandy-turning-inward-for.html

CountryDew said...

Wow, look at that sunset reflected off that snow. Beautiful!

Heather said...

Shelley: No sunsets? Or no dramatic sunsets?

Heather said...

Leonora: Thanks for visiting -- I'll have to check out that link when I get a chance later.

Heather said...

Thanks, Anita. Due to southern winds, rain and dense fog we have lost a good chunk of snow cover the last few days -- but are expecting a fresh dusting of 1-2 inches tonight.

Alice Audrey said...

LOL! Yeah, I wasn't looking at the snow at all, just the shades in the sky and the way they come together. The ground could be bone dry and the sky would still give a winter feeling to me.

Heather said...

It certainly feels like winter this weekend. We had a mini-warm spell that melted a good portion of what we had, now it's below freezing again. Only 14F tonight with a windchill of 2F -- and will get colder overnight. *shivers*

Jana said...

Gorgeous! :)

Heather said...

Thanks, Jana! : )

Alice Audrey said...

We did the same thing - a warm spell followed by shivers. Our indoor/outdoor thermometer said 14F, but the internet weather said it was actually. 5F.

Heather said...

Yes, it's sometimes difficult to guage wind speed and what the temperature actually "feels" like. Makes a HUGE difference. Wind is calmer today, but temp only slightly warmer than yesterday.

Linda said...

Those are wonderful sunset pics!

Heather said...

Thanks, Linda! : )