Thursday, August 2, 2012

Skywatch Friday


It's been hot here...very hot.  The afternoon high has been over 100 degrees for nearly two weeks now and it hasn't rained significantly in over a month.  I needed a photo with a little cooler blue in it, but this still has a hot core at the horizon.  I thought about trying to find a winter scene and see if that would cool me off.  This photo was taken in January, but there was no snow on the ground at the time.  Still, I know it was cooler then, than it is now.
Nothing makes me forget about the hot weather, or my troubles like Gospel music.  Regardless of the weather, regardless of my circumstances, I can always look to heaven and say, "Glory to God in the Highest."  Have a blessed week-end.


11 comments:

  1. We've had a very cool summer for central California.

    Hubby and I enjoyed the video together. Excellent.

    Have a terrific day and stay cool. :)

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  2. What an awesome, dramatic sky and colors! Fantastic capture for the day!

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  3. This photo is vivid and full of color. It looks like art. What a beautiful view!!

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  4. Gorgeous sky! Happy sky watching and a great weekend too.

    Your comment on my Sky Shot will be greatly appreciated.

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  5. Stunning sky and capture. Thanks for sharing, have a lovely weekend.

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  6. That's a nuclear temperature shot there Driller. Love it,

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  7. Very nice shot of very hot yellow to cool blue! Our TV weather people keep showing us the map with 100+ plastered all over the middle of the country. They seem to think that will make upper 90's feel cool. Hope you get a break and rain soon!

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  8. Stellar! Like a painting. Your photo is gorgeous. You have quite an eye.

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  9. "Driller's Place" has been included in the A Sunday Drive for this week. I hope this helps to point even more new visitors in your direction.

    http://asthecrackerheadcrumbles.blogspot.com/2012/08/a-sunday-drive_12.html

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