Today we had our first really foggy morning – which for reasons far too stupid to reveal we refer to as being rather “Philish”. Don’t ask, you’d never come back if you found out how stupid I actually am.
By the middle of the morning the fog had burnt off and my wife had phoned me at work to tell me she had just locked herself out of the house. So, when I was at home rescuing her I took a picture of the clear blue skies and the last leaves of autumn hanging on for one last unseasonal flourish.
The picture reminded me of one I had taken a few weeks earlier when the trees were just gearing up for the change of season. So, here is this week SkyWatch offering – Tree Skies.
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Enjoy the Skies.
You did get some beautiful skies before the day was over and that always helps! Love that golden tree! Wonderful captures for the day, Stewart!ReplyDelete
The photo of the 3 trees reminded me of the cypress trees by Van Gogh. I think it was the colour of the trees against the blue of the sky. Well captured.ReplyDelete
glad you could rescue your wife. :)ReplyDelete
Love those skies!ReplyDelete
Your wife actually rescued you. You got to come home and take beautiful Skywatch pictures. Love those dappled skies behind the trees!ReplyDelete
Autumn in Australia....looking good.ReplyDelete
Great blues. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
gorgeous color and texture in these Stewart! it's a good thing your wife needed you to come home so you had a chance to enjoy the bounty of beauty!ReplyDelete
Trees actually change colour in your part of the world?ReplyDelete
I love the flourish of burnished autumn leaves. So lovely!ReplyDelete
Ya just can't beat the Aussie autumn cold and frosty mornings, trees changing the colour of their leaves and sunny afternoons :-).ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots! I guess your wife locking herself out turned into a photo op for you!ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots and glad you were able to rescue you wife and take these pics to share with us:)Enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
Captured so beautifully!ReplyDelete
My Sky Shot, have a great weekend.
Beautiful "celestial" images you show. Wishing you a good weekend. Hanne BenteReplyDelete
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I like those trees! And that sky,,,ReplyDelete