Friday, October 10, 2008

Trying to cross off/"X out" those dark clouds . . . will little blue sky patch become victorious?


With so much help (crossed wires) you would think that little patch of blue sky would triumph!

8 comments:

RuneE said...

In the 70's when I went photo-hunting with my brother-in-law, we agreed that every photographer's gear should include a chainsaw and a pair of heavy duty scissors for cables such as these.

Progress has made that easier - just use Photoshop!!

Malyss said...

I like this picture so much!full of poetry,each one can find his own meaning,and feel the victory of this little piece of blue sky...
great shot!

Katney said...

Tehre is so much variety in our skies--especially here in the Pacific Northwest.

Cindi said...

With the color of the sky and the wires, I'm reminded of an old argyle sweater!

SandyCarlson said...

That is a noble undertaking! Beautiful shot.

storyteller said...

Wonderful collection of pumpkins on the porch in your previous post … and intriguing angles in your Sky Watch shot today!!! I’ve published on both blogs this morning – SkyWatch/Haiku Friday at Sacred Ruminations and another HF post (in which I ‘reflect’ upon my upcoming Blogoversary) at Small Reflections containing a ‘Fall Thank You’ for all … just because.
Hugs and blessings,

Lilli & Nevada said...

Yes i also hate those wires and wish i could take them out of my photos when i see them, but i guess that is the main event is this beautiful blue patch nice shot,

becky voyles said...

This is cute, Paulie. Sometimes I get so tired of all the wires that are in my shots. It makes me long for the old, old days but then I wouldn't be a happy camper w/out electricity! LOL

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