When I went out to pick up the paper on Tuesday morning I was greeted by this sky. I grabbed my camera and went for a walk around the block.
I don’t really live in a place where you can get unobstructed views of the sky, so I gave up and tried something different.
I don’t take many pictures that are of the built environment – but I have to say I like the mix of the built and the natural here. Even the Caltex seems to add something to the mix.
To make it clear we are in Melbourne I thought I’d include an iconic tram in the last picture.
You can find more skies from around the world at SkyWatch Friday.
You can find the latest post to my other blog by clicking on the Paying Ready Attention image on the RHS of the screen.
Enjoy the skies!
Fabulous fiery skies!ReplyDelete
Terrific captures, Stewart, and such awesome skies! What a way to begin or end any day! Thanks for sharing the beauty! Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
it is very pretty! even with the 'city' scapes.ReplyDelete
Wonderful sky!! and fantastic captures too! :)ReplyDelete
That red looks almost unreal Stewart - fantastic depth of colour.ReplyDelete
Stunning sky shots. Well captured.ReplyDelete
Great sky! Lovely colours!ReplyDelete
Happy SkyWatch to you!
Very much worth the walk. A great sunrise can happen anywhere.ReplyDelete
Stunning skies!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, your skies look like wild abstract paintings! Have a great weekend:)ReplyDelete
super nice photos StuartReplyDelete
Oh, splendid captures Stewart - thanks so much for sharing these.ReplyDelete
You know the wires etc sort of add to the pictures here.... I battle electric wires all the time when I take my morning walk pictures. I curse them mentally and then go home and turn on the coffee maker etc etc..... Nobody ever said I was completely sane!ReplyDelete
Beautiful,looks like the sky is on fire.ReplyDelete
Regards and best wishes
Just yesterday I came across a reference to your Whitehorse road. I think it was a publisher of a book I was buying on line.ReplyDelete
The tracery of the overhead wires is always interesting, especially against such vibrancy.
They are very beautiful! I enjoyed very much.ReplyDelete
nice morning sky. :)ReplyDelete