jeudi 16 octobre 2008

SKY WATCH FRIDAY # 17


"There are no signposts in the sky to show a
man has passed that way before.
There are no channels marked. The flier
breaks each second into new uncharted seas"

Anne Morrow Lindbergh

Today above Paris
From our window, about 20 kms North, the airport Roissy Charles de Gaulle



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If you want to get lost yourself in the changing "unchartred sea" above us, visit Sky Watch Friday hosted by Tom, Sandy, Klauss, Imac and Ivar. They'll show you the direction.

39 commentaires:

  1. Cool! Don't you wonder where they are all going?
    Marnie

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  2. Those are amazing shots! I like the one with the 4:) Mine is posted HERE. Happy SWF!~

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  3. Beautiful shots and I love the quote at the beginning.

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  4. Looks like someone has been writing and sending messages!

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  5. Wow... that's neat... it's looking pretty busy up there! =)
    ~Michele~
    Mountain Retreat- Canada

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  6. Wonderful quote to go with your photo!
    Happy Sky Watch!

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  7. wow you have a lot of exes i think you if x marks the spot you foung it:)

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  8. I like these.... I like around 5 miles away from Manchester Airport.... I see many jet streams and planes each day..

    Tom

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  9. Catherine, beautiful once more, what can I say? Vapour trails are always magical and inspiring. Debs x Bon weekend!

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  10. I wonder who won the game of Noughts and Crosses.
    Fun pics.

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  11. Looks like you're playing noughts and crosses across the whole sky.

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  12. wonderful plane tracks :) love your header photo too!

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  13. Very cool photos, I like the series of the 1st. Happy SWF.

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  14. Very nice the collage, Catherine! Fantastic the skies with all those signs.
    Happy Sky Watch!

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  15. So much traffic up there.
    Do your photos prove Lindbergh wrong?

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  16. Very nice collages and patterns. :)

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  17. Bonjour, Catherine! "Louis" thanks you for your visits and comments! He's added a link to your blog at his!

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  18. That's not skywatching it's sky drawing,lol !

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  19. I am visiting via Kelly's blog, but I also do Sky Watch. I love your Paris sky...one place I would really love to visit...Michelle..

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  20. Jolie mosaique de petites croix avec des ailes!

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  21. Looks like you had quite a few sailors in that uncharted sea that day!

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  22. I sometimes wish those buzzing machines would go to the airport on same direction so that there would be a huge "road" in the sky. You really have something to be inspired there.

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  23. Shalom. Thanks for your comment. Here's an answer:
    Catherine, good question. I myself am not religiously observant (outwardly, at least). But I admire those who devote their life to studying and doing so very many mitsvot. It helps to be born into that kind of family and not have to start from zero. And then it is not so hard as you and I would see it is, but rather, just normal life.

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  24. Merci beaucoup pour les commentaires positive!
    Je cherche une traduction de le poème:

    http://myweb.dal.ca/waue/Trans/Hebbel-Herbstbild.html

    Have a good weekend!
    Chris

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  25. Joli montage Catherine...
    Tes ciels ont une luminosité agréable...

    Heu, j'ai loupé des posts moi...

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  26. Nifty grouping of jet sky photos! Happy SkyWatching! Greetings from Iowa, USA.

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  27. this fish in my header are the fish in my pond in the back yard... the big black and orange is bullet,the one on the far left just her nose showing is Diamond,top center is bogie and the tail only is Goldilocks we have 6 koi 2 goldfish and one mixed that was born there... I have photos of the pond scattered though out and will be posting some photos I took today sometime this week. I love my pond we built it 6 years ago it was just a 9 ft around circle back then ...the fish got so big we added on and it is now 45 ft loong 10 ft at its widest and 29 inches deep unless we get alot of rain then it stays about 32 inches... We spend time every day out watchign the fish listening to the water fall... its the best thing we ever did :) well around the house anyway :D
    Hugs Laura

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  28. Bonjour Catherine! Je suis heureux d’avoir trouvé du temps pour venir ici. Et cette fois pour être récompensé avec un ciel majestueux!!
    Bon, et le Parisien typique est superbe... surtout à l'étranger quand les frites ne sont jamais tolérables... ;) Maintenant on voit qu'il y avait vraiment du sens dans le cri 68ard: Interdit d'interdire!! ;)

    Tu veux voir une place magique: Delos, lieu de naissance d’Apollo et sanctuaire de Dionysos? La voilà à Blogtrotter ;))
    Amuse-toi! Bon weekend!

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  29. That is so seriously cool! Great shots.

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  30. Amazing shots! You see a lot of skies from your window!
    So much air traffic nowadays!
    Have a nice weekend, Catherine

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  31. Very good collage of Sky Watch images, Catherine!

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  32. That's a wonderful collage. The Lindbergh quote is perfect. The sky is anonymous in its way. God bless.

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  33. Wonderful sky shots. I really like the shot in your header, too.

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