Friday, 2 May 2014

A sea sky

This may be the first of a bit of a run of quick posts.  I need to find some time to write for my longer blog - so this one will be a little neglected for a while.

I'm still going to post (and of course run WBW on Wednesdays), but there may not be much text for  while!

Hope you keep visiting.

This image of the sea / sky was taken at Walkerville, east of Melbourne.



You can find more skies from around the world at Sky Watch Friday.  SM

39 comments:

  1. pretty. cool destination for a paddle.

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  2. Such lovely peaceful shot, Stewart!! Have a great weekend!!

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  3. die ligt daar wel heel erg mooi.

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  4. What a lovely, simple composition! The merging of sea and sky and the light is very pleasing indeed.

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  5. Nice shot. Interesting sea rock.

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  6. Very nice, have a great week.

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  7. Image is enough in this post Stewart, excellent image.

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  8. I like how the colors of sea and sky meld together to make a beautiful scene!

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  9. that's wonderful... i can see one paddleboarding out to it. it's a beautiful destination... have a great day~

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  10. I love to see these tiny islets. Beautiful picture. Happy Writing!!

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  11. Such a beautiful image, makes me wish I was there.

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  12. A beautiful SWF composition, great colors!

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  13. It's really beautiful, Stewart!

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  14. Beautiful location and photo. It would be fun to explore!

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  15. It's beautiful and little:)

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  16. This is a lovely shot.

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  17. A beautiful shot. All the best for your writing and have a great weekend.

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  18. Hi Stewart,
    Very nice rock in the sea, the colors are really great.
    Beautiful composition.
    Greetings Irma

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  19. A lovely rock and I wonder how many years it took the elements to form it.

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  20. It's hard to determine how big that is, but it sure is impressive! Nice click, Stewart!!

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  21. Very peaceful and thought provoking!

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  22. i want to swim out there & check it out. what a neat formation. ( :

    have a lovely weekend.

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  23. That's an amazing picture! I'd love being there right now and just enjoy the view, letting my thoughts flow :)

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  24. Great shot! Hard to tell where the sky ends and the water begins. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  25. wow..what a shot..reminds me of the road trip I did between Adelaide and Melbourne along the coast a few months ago ..have got Australia too for Skywatch http://www.lakshmisharath.com/2014/05/02/birding-diaries-meet-australian-pelican/

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  26. Beautiful scene and pretty blues. Lovely shot, Stewart. Have a happy weekend!

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  27. Interesting rock,i was wondering how it would look like at low tide.

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  28. What a fabulous island, captures the imagination.

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  29. Hi Stewart,
    Many thanks for your kind comment on my blog!
    It has been a while since I visited you, sorry about that!
    I am a very poor blogger right now and things will not improve!
    I hope to able to tell you soon we might be coming to Australia at long last....
    So hopefully one day we can meet! :)
    I loved your birds from your last post, I have them on lawns around Sydney and the Blue mountains!
    Can't wait to back... for good!!
    Keep well!

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  30. an elephant with a swollen trunk :)

    http://nfbild2.blogspot.se/2014/05/walpurgis-night-valborgsmassoafton.html

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  31. Beautiful photos Stewart! Erosion can make some beautiful sights.

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