Friday, December 19, 2008

Skywatch, remembering Cape May Bird Weekend

Howdee all,

I was just thinking of the Cape May shoreline and the Birding weekend that we went to this past October. It was our first time in Cape May. .
We saw many beautiful clouds. Some with bits of blue sky peaking through.

Some dense.


Some with the sun glowing through.


and some with the sun saying goodnight.

We had a great time and will go back again.

Happy Holidays to you all...
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26 comments:

  1. Nice shot! Your blog is very nice. I like the colors.:) have a blessed friday!

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  2. Great photos! The first one is my favorite. I love the crimson leaves on the tree and all the colors.

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  3. Very nice shots, showing your day. Variety of colors is a pleasure to see. Birding must have been fun.

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  4. The skies are so intense in your boggy blog.

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  5. Great shots, I especially like the tree on top..

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  6. You are coming quite the pro on your photography.. Great job. They are so pretty.

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  7. A very nice series for SWF. The trees in the first image are amazing. And in the second photo it looks like everybody is watching the sky. Yea, I know it's a birding trip. Nice sunset with the lighthouse.

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  8. Fantastic photos, Dawn! I saw that sunset on Laura's blog (Somewhere in NJ). Lynne from Hasty Brook, Susan at Susan Gets Native, Delia from Beginning to Bird, and Kathi at Katdoc's World were all there! They're on my sidebar. I would have loved to go but the expense of travel from way down here...well, you know. Maybe next year!

    Glad I could comment tonight :o)

    The photo of the group looking out is great.

    Mary

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  9. I love that last picture!! Lighthouses are one of my favourite structures and the sky is spectacular.

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  10. Fantastic skywatch shots, thanks for sharing.

    Cheers!
    Regina In Pictures

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  11. Love the photos...a very Happy and Healthy Holiday Season to you and your family

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  12. Very nice series of photos for Sky Watch. I particularly like the first and last ones.

    Thanks for your visit to my SWF post.

    Happy Holidays to you, wherever you may be!

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  13. I love the delicate colors in the first shot. All of the pictures are great. Thanks for sharing!

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  14. Wow!!
    The last shot is my favorite, sunsets get me everytime!

    :)

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  15. Looks like a fun place to go birding. The sky photo was beautiful but the sunset steals the show.

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  16. Nicely done. Those birders could be a group of skywatchers, if I didn't know better!

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  18. Beautiful photos, it would be nice to experience that scenery right now. Thank you for sharing!

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  19. I love the first and last shots -- they could be paintings. I especially love the spray of color the tree gives the first one. And I'm partial to lighthouses anyway, so the last one was a natural for me.

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  20. Those are phenomenal photos! I have to say, we really enjoy reading your blog. Excellent.

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  21. Wonderful photos - especially that last one w/ the sunset and the shadow of the lighthouse!

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  22. Great photos and nice memories of a great field trip,. Happy Holidays to you!

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  23. I like that first photos with the red leaves against the sky. Cape May is one of my wished for destinations next year. Happy holidays.

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  24. It is a great pleasure to have met your blog.It is tooooo good for words.Thanks for sharing.Wishing you advance a
    Merry Chirstmas and a happy new year.

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