Thursday, 19 July 2012

SkyWatch Friday - Daintree Morning Sky

It’s been a busy week!

Finally managing to get some images from our week away in the Daintree sorted out.  Basically it rained for most of the time – but that’s why humans invented waterproof jackets and weatherproofed cameras!
On one day – when I happened to be up early for a morning birding trip – the sky was almost clear and it looked like the sun would shine.  I drove away from our accommodation in the darkness and travelled as the sun came up.  It was a great morning.
These are the best shots I got – I was just so pleased it had stopped raining!
You can find more skies from around the world at SkyWatch Friday.
You can find the latest post to my other blog by clicking the Paying Ready Attention image on the RHS of the page.
Enjoy the skies.

28 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful way to begin the day, Stewart! Great shots, wonderful colors! Hope you've had a good week!

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  2. Beautiful sunrises, Stewart! Great color!

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  3. The cloud has really neat back lighting, good capture.

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  4. The lighting here is absolutely wonderful! Glad it cleared up enough for you to get these!

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  5. Nothing better than starting the day with a view of the sunrise.

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  6. beautiful beautiful! I have my whole family looking at the night time sky...

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  7. beautiful skies Stewart and I look forward to more posts from Daintree trip

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  8. Hi Stewart. An amazing sky. great photos

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  9. Interesting skies!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  10. Fantastic colors in that sky, Stewart!

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  11. Very pretty lighting round these clouds and silhouette shapes!

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  12. Oh, what gorgeous clouds!

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  13. Beautiful "celestial" images.
    Wishing you a good weekend :)

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  14. Peaceful captures Stewart ... worth the early rise.

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  15. I think I shall get up and out early tomorrow to get some sunrise photos on the beach! These are beautiful - I love that last one with the little cloud just puffing up!

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  16. I don't have a weatherproofed camera, so always worry about the rain. Sometimes, I can find cover and still get an outdoor shot, but mostly, the camera gets tucked back into its case. I can feel your pleasure in the early morning, with the rain stopped, and beautiful sky colours appearing.

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  17. Worth getting up early for that sunrise -- and then (I assume) there were the birds! Great start for the day.

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  18. wonderful sky, nice to see the sunrise, I miss it. Nice to see your sky Stewart, far away but the sky connects us all together.

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  19. Brilliant way to start the day - now all sleepyheads know what we're missing

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  20. Your world is a living masterpiece.

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