Thursday, July 2, 2009

Just another Brick in the Sky

I have been having terrible problems with my computer so I couldn't post for a few days.
I took this picture because I thought the bricks and the sky looked cool together. This was taken a couple of days ago on one of my walks.

You may have noticed that this picture is larger than normal and for that I would like to thank Jacob from Ocala daily photo and Ai Shiang from It's Raining Ice Cream for their help.


To see the other Skywatch Friday posts please click here.

17 comments:

  1. Another great sky shot!
    Those blue and white clouds are my favorite kind of skies.
    Love your perspective on this one.

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  2. Very nice! Interesting angle and subject!

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  3. So it was worth waiting for new posts after your computer didn't help much... Man, this is such an original picture! I mean, it could win a prize or something! Great job!
    God bless you!
    Cezar

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  4. Nice Sky Watch Photo...I like the contrast of the sky and brick...have a great weekend.

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  5. fascinating image!! superbly composed and shot!

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  6. what a great picture..thank you for sharing.
    happy skywatching..

    Lots of luv,
    Ita

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  7. That's a great contrast of sliding building and the everlasting (blue) sky.
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    BTW - I'm fine at the moment and hope you too.
    Greetings
    Juergen

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  8. Great composition and contrast and a beautiful sky to boot.
    Smiles

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  9. Hope your computer issues are resolved. I've had a few of those myself lately. Love the perspective on this sky view!
    Hugs and blessings,

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  10. Fantastic photo, James! I love how the bricks seem to converge into one point.

    We've been having iffy connections with our internet at home too. Slooooow. And Blogger wasn't letting me leave comments on most sites I was visiting. Irritating, to say the least.

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  11. Wow, that's an really awesome and powerful photo.

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  12. That is truly fantastic James. Great angle too! You have a very creative photographic mind.

    As promised, here's the wedding photos. And few in my Main Blog.

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  13. You are back with a wonderful picture! Welcome and thanks for posting this wonderful picture! I like the division of space between the structure and the sky.. Nice composition!

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  14. Very nice angle! Well done James. Simple but very beautiful.

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  15. Very interesting perspective.

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