Friday, 13 February 2015

Sea Sky

On a rather bumpy trip around the Freycinet Peninsula in Tasmania they sky was always changing - I hope hoped for albatross, but only got distant views (which may show up later this week!).

A few people got rather seasick, but thankfully I was not one of them!

As were on the way back I noticed this strange cloud formation over Schouten Island - I don't think I've seen anything like this before.



These pictures really do look much better when they are enlarged!

You can find more skies at Sky Watch Friday.

25 comments:

  1. Gorgeous views of the coastline and the neat looking cloud! Wonderful sky shots.. Have a happy weekend!

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  2. Nice view of the coast, in the first photo the mountains disappear through the cloud.
    The second picture, I find that really sublime.
    Best regards, Irma

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  3. I would have been one of those few people. I enlarged the photos as you said then tilted my laptop from side to side. It was just as if being there on board. erp!

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  4. Very dramatic shots- I probably would have been one of the unfortunates who go sea sick..I don't do well with any moving vehicles..except for my rising lawn mower!

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  5. Superb captures of the coast and skies, Stewart! Thanks as always for sharing the beauty!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!

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  6. beautiful! but i'd have probably been a seasick one...

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  7. Great capture. Needs to be archived with other unusual meteorological events.

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  8. Excellent shots. And yep, like a war or space movie...need to be on the big screen ;O)

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  9. Stunning clouds in that first shot.

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  10. Strange cloud formations....I'll say What a find! Thanks for sharing these two photographs with us.
    JM, IL

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  11. The rugged water textures beneath such an impressive sky of cloud art create a beautiful landscape. Great photos.

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  12. You were very observant to notice the potential for these shots, and you've really made the most of them. Apart from being very good they also remind me of the boat trips that we used to take in South Devon on holiday as kids. I thank you for that.

    Have a great weekend.

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  13. Great cloud formations Stewart. Surprisingly something we've had very little of here for the past couple of weeks.

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  14. fabulous skies. and that IS an interesting cloud bank.

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  15. What an awesome sky!! I love different clouds like that.

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  16. Great capture of the unusual cloud formation.

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  17. Really unusual sky! I'm sure I would have been seasick. I don't do well on boats!!

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  18. Two fantastic images. Happy St Valentine's Day for tomorrow and have a lovely weekend.

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  19. I miss the ocean like crazy. Your wonderful shots make me want to be there right now :)

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  20. Gorgeous views of the coastline and beautiful sky shots. Well done

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