jeudi 9 octobre 2008

SKY WATCH FRIDAY # 16



Watching the sky last saturday at the exit of Disneyland, I discovered a new blue planet.







Follow the Sky Watch Friday @t this blog hosted by Sandy, Tom, Imac, Klauss and Ivar. they and many others welcome you.


29 commentaires:

  1. I bet you had a beautiful day with wonderful weather!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  2. Lovely pics! The Disneyland shapes make the sky look so magical!

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  3. What a fun way to have a great time.

    My SWF are posted here and here. Hope you can drop by if you have the time. Happy weekends!

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  4. Love those clouds above the sphere. Awesome catch.

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  5. Very different skywatch, fun and dramatic.

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  6. The sky looks fantastic over Disneyland.
    Happy Sky Watch!

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  7. They are everywhere aren't they I ate in one in new York City how are you today?

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  8. Very beautiful and varied sky over Disneyland. These are attractive images, Catherine.
    Enjoy Sky Watch!

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  9. Great skies. I love your new header.

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  10. Great photos this looks like a fun place to be. Happy SWF.

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  11. Thanks for your visit to "Charley and his mates"..You asked if they had evidence that mr Brooker was killed by a croc.
    This is what "NowPublic"says:Missing 62 -year old expat Scot, Arthur Booker, may have been devoured by a crocodile investigators confirm after human remains were identified inside one of the resident crocodiles in Queensland, Australia.

    '>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/...side-crocodile.html"]

    Officials in Queensland who have been investigating the fate of Arthur Brooker, 62, said they had found the remains inside one of three big crocodiles captured in the Endeavour River.

    Mr Booker, who is originally from Scotland and served with Australian forces in the Vietnam war, vanished from the banks of the crocodile-infested river in Cape York last week while checking pots used to catch crabs.

    The three crocodiles, longtime residents of the Endeavour, were then caught and taken by truck to a veterinary surgery in Cairns. One has been ruled out as a possible culprit but the other two will be subjected to further tests, a police spokesman said following the initial discovery of human tissue.

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  12. You asked if there are signs to inform the public of the danger of crocs. Yes , every where near the river and on the beaches, there are signs saying to stay away from the river bank and not to camp on the beach and certainly not during breeding time.These crocs are saltwater crocs, that means they live in the sea, near or in the river.

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  13. Great shots! I love eating at Planet Hollywood! :)

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  14. I remember a joke that Planet Hollywood had prices that were from outer space...or was it a joke...funny blue ball.

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  15. Wonderful photographs. It is my hope one day to visit the beautiful city of Paris. And thank you so much for stopping by my blog. Your kind words were very much appreciated.

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  16. Catherine,
    You make the place look so beautiful through your lens. Your magic outshine's Disney's, to be sure.

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  17. Wonderful shots! I like them:)

    Have a nice weekend:)

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  18. Love that first shot with the angle you shot at. Looks like you had great weather too!

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  19. Unfortunately my computer is in a bad mood today and won't show me your picture ! so I have to believe the others, lol !

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  20. No, dear Catherine, the windmill was not in Spain and I passed no tall man, but the windmill was 50 miles north of Vienna and I passed many many Viennese who came there on a Sunday afternoon to watch the only windmill around and celebrate a vintage festival :)

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  21. Looks like a great day and lots of fun.
    Cheers

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  22. Hi Catherine! Sorry for the delay in coming here, but these last weeks have been hectic; no, I’m not talking about the financial/economic crisis… ;))
    Amazing sky at Disneyland!
    Comme il faut se méfire des mots, je me demande qu'est-ce que le Sharkosy.fr fait aux Champs? ;))
    Meanwhile Blogtrotter is now on its 200th post: «The Libyan Sea»! Hope you enjoy! Have a great weekend!
    Gil

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  23. Wow! Great captures of the clouds! These are wonderful! I also love the new header of the clouds that you put up! Great SWF post!

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  24. Bonsoir Catherine...
    Avec du retard, Tu as une belle photo...
    Beau ciel, oui avec ces nuages...

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