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Thursday, 2 December 2010

Sky Watch: Blue Sky and White Branches


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This is a rather snowy "Sky Watch" image, but there is plenty of clear blue sky to be seen - through the snow-laden branches of the trees.

The photo is in complete contrast to the scenes of just a few days ago when a carpet of autumn leaves still lay on the ground. It was taken on Thursday and shows the unusual sight of snow in November here in Ashton!

The little park at the top of Penny Meadow features quite a lot on this blog as it a good indicator of the characteristics of each season, from golden daffodils to golden leaves!

See Google Aerial View of this location. See Birds Eye View of this location.

Sky Watch is a regular weekly feature on this photo blog. It links with websites all over the world with the general theme each week of looking upwards. Please take the opportunity to visit some of these other sites. I hope some new visitors have found their way here today, watching the skies!


12 comments:

  1. Very beautiful photo!We have the same weather here but unfortunately we haven´t blue sky!

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  2. Love it or hate it, snow is pretty.

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  3. The snow makes it all look so clean and pure. Lovely shot, Gerald.

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  4. White everything, just about, except that beautiful blue sky! LoL! Great shot! =)

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  5. I would love to take quiet contemplative walks here.

    Ewok

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  6. Great snowy shot! Can't believe you are getting snow before us! It has been rather mild here until yesterday.

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  7. Lovely photograph. I like empty trees with a network of branches. I've been hearing about your snow. We've had snow and a wee bit of frost. It really would be a sensation if we had snow. But it's been such a cold last eight months, my plumeria didn't even bloom. it usually has four small branches with a half dozen blooms on each. Not enough sun this year. I wonder if it will survive into next year or give us double blooms to make up for it!

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  8. Sorry, that was meant to be "we've had cold"
    I really should remember to proof read!

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  9. What a difference a few days make! There seems to be a lot of snow coming down on Britain.

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  10. There's the house again I used to live in for a few months in 1972

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  11. Then moved over to a flat on the left hand side after Helen and I had a row!

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