Thursday, November 19, 2009

Sky Watch Friday: Yellowstone


20 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful clouds and skies! Sure do miss those! We're doing major gray, grumpy skies these days! Terrific shot!

Happy SWF!

Sylvia

Pearl Maple said...

Pretty view of the sky from you place this week. Thanks for sharing with us in Sky Watch Friday.

Eaglesbrother said...

Beautiful sky out there..and landscape to match.

Eaglesbrother

Carol said...

Great skywatch sky and a beautiful scene. Your header is fantastic...

P-TER said...

Grey landscape and blue sky,
a good combination!
Great shot!
Gr.
P-TER

Martha Z said...

This really captures the feel of Yellowstone beyond the thermal features.

Janie said...

Oh, I love the big open valleys and big skies of Yellowstone. This looks like Hayden Valley, or maybe Lamar.

Eric said...

Great scenery, good shot!!!

Happy SWF.

LV said...

I had the pleasure of visiting here once and there is a lot of pretty scenery there. You captured a really nice location.

Jossie said...

The cloud looks like a flying bird. Wonderful.

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful clouds and sky. Don't you just love Yellowstone?

Debra said...

Nice shot and great composition! For some reason it makes me want to go watch an old John Wayne movie. lol

I love all of your pictures and can't wait to look through your blog some more. I tried to take pics of 2 eagles flying today and failed miserably. I can't seem to get a good one in focus. I tried manual mode and TV mode, but they were still blurry. I'm hoping to learn how to capture them in flight someday. :)

J Bar said...

Great shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Wonderful shot.

Martha in PA said...

Beautiful!

My SWF

BK said...

Love the wide land! It would be nice to be at such a place at time.

Tammie Lee said...

You sure had a lovely day~
Spirithelpers

Dirkjogt said...

Nice scenic picture. I love the pictures of the dragonfly and Leopard Frogs too.

NovaS said...

oh wow..what a lovely sky here.... so clear....

Mama Zen said...

It looks like you can see forever!