Friday, 18 November 2016

Friday skywatch in Yorkshire

 
It's always good to open the bedroom curtains and see the promise of a fine day ahead. At our home in Yorkshire the sun rises at the opposite side of the dale and takes its time climbing up over the hillside. The hills are often cast in deep shadow with dramatic skies above.

Rainbows are another regular feature
changing the landscape
minute by minute.
This one was a complete arc.
Here's the other end!
We had one day of snow, everything rendered monochrome,
but still beautiful.
Joining Friday Skywatch to see skies from all around the world.

9 comments:

  1. Wow - gorgeous views and photos.

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  2. Love all the photos, but especially the rainbows. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  3. I love your pictures Rosemary. I love to peek into lands that others' live in. We are supposed to get our first freeze tonight.

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  4. So much beauty where you live! Excellent sky shots.

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  5. Autumn and winter skies always seem so much more spectacular don't they. We just have to remember to look up.

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  6. What a great variety of skies! Rainbows are so cool to see, especially the whole arc. I like the snow shots, too. I like to see it but sure don't want to be in it!

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  7. Beautiful sceneries and skies. There are many wonderful places in the world but Yorkshire has a special spot in my heart because we were there on holidays on a farm in the middle of nowhere with our dog Snarf.

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  8. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving such a lovely comment.

    Yorkshire....my daughter in law comes from this area. I have visited several time and loved every moment I spent there.

    Lovely images......beautiful skies.....a tranquil posts that reaches the soul.

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