Thursday, 3 February 2011

Fire in the Sky (Sky Watch Friday)

Welcome to my first Sky Watch Friday post.

Was walking home from work last years and looked over my shoulder to find this happening in the sky behind me!

I still think this is one of the most remarkable skies I have seen.

Hope you enjoy them!

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Sylvia K said...

Stewart, these are totally breathtaking! Such dramatic colors and cloud formations! We get pretty amazing skies here in Seattle, but I've never seen any quite like these! Superb captures! Thanks for sharing them with us! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!


Judy said...

Wow! From the thumbnail, I was expecting flowers! I have never seen clouds this colour! Simply breathtaking!!

EG Wow said...

I think it's one of the most remarkable skies I have ever seen too! WOW!

Gabriela Abalo said...

Stunning!! BRAVO!

cheers from Uruguay 

Naturegirl said...

Truly an amazing sky! I can't imagine the emotion in seeing this!WOW!!!

Johnny Nutcase said...

wow! that's some serious sky happening! Cool photos!

Jidhu Jose said...

nice shots
happy SWF

jo©o said...

It most certainly is!
Unique I shouldn't wonder, to your continent.
I'm reading Bill Bryson's "Down Under", well more devouring than just reading. He describes those sunsets. And tells of people who settle in certain bush areas purely for the sunsets.
Looking forward to getting to see more of those from you now that you have joined the SWF group.

Kim, USA said...

OMG this is very beautiful, stunning and fantastic!! Love it
Sky Watch

Sue McGettigan said...

These are absolutely amazing, wow!! Welcome to Skywatch Fridays :)

Stewart M said...

Thanks for all the comments.

Hard to believe that the shots were taken in a suburban street as I was walking home from work!

But that's the truth!


Buck said...

I've never seen the like, marvelous!

Toni said...

Amazing shots! I'm glad you turned around to see it!

Angie said...

Worth putting up with the weather you are having when you get skies like that!! Thanks for the visit.

Orsolina said...

Wow, looks like ball of fire. Greatful!

Greating from germany.