Thursday, March 4, 2010

Last Evening/ Sky Watch

Looking from Durham Region's 2nd Concession into East Gwillimbury

This week we've had a succession of lovely days followed by beautiful sunsets.

To see tons of gorgeous skies from around the world, visit the Sky Watch Website and click on Mr. Linky: http://skyley.blogspot.com

38 comments:

Shammickite said...

Lovely sky.... and a lovely thought that spring may not bee too far away.

Cezar and Léia said...

Dramatic sky, I loved it!
Léia :)

Rose said...

You caught a beauty!

Jacob said...

O'er the fields we go, dashing through the snow!

Very nice, EG. You do sunsets well!

It just suddenly dawned on me that you live in a mostly rural area! Am I correct?

Jacob said...

Re: your comment on Ocala DP, HITS...Heh, heh. I think the sign would be appropos in Washington, D.C., too!

George said...

This is an absolutely stunning sunset. The warm colors of the sky make an interesting contrast with the cold snow-covered fields below.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Jacob,
I DO live in a rural area...NOW. East Gwillimbury is part of the Greater Toronto Area and our county (York Region) says we have to develop whether we want to or not. A major highway makes the southern boundary of EG less than 45 minutes away, and the highway is being extended to go right through the centre of EG as I write.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful sky picture, EG... Glad you are having some great weather. After our latest snow, it is finally gorgeous here today.. SUNSHINE!!!! Yeah!
Hugs,
Betsy

toby said...

That's a breathtaking shot - well found!

nonizamboni said...

The sky over the farmland is especially beautiful to my eyes and you've captured this sunset in all it's glory! Nicely done.

Jan said...

The fabulous sunset seems to make the snow glow (no rhymning intended.)

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

EG: Cool shot over your snow covered field.

Pearl Maple said...

Fantastic photo, love colour and drama, happy sky watch friday

Lorac said...

We had a great sunset too but not as warm as yours. Ours was pinks and mauve's, yours orange and gold! Lovely sky!

Carletta said...

Today was our first lovely day so I hope your skies are dipping south. :)

marcia@joyismygoal said...

just such a lovely familiar (from my childhood) sight it is like a little slice of life but I dearly love the shot of your previous post

Photo Cache said...

Hope your good weather continues. You captured a beauty here.


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Sylvia K said...

A view like that one is worth braving the cold! Such beautiful, dramatic colors! Fabulous! Hope you have a great weekend!

Sylvia

syel said...

yay for you! seems like spring is on it's way! :)

Dewdrop said...

Awesome!

J Bar said...

It's magic.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Light and Voices said...

Breathtaking image.
Joyce USA

Tara R. said...

A beautiful scene!

Carver said...

Beautiful and so well photographed.

D Herrod said...

Nice.

Becky and Gary said...

More of those beautiful evening colors EG. Love it!
B.

Guy D said...

Excellent photo as always.

All the best
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Small City Scenes said...

I am so glad you are having some nice days. Maybe it will warm up enough to melt the snow.

"If wishes were horses
Beggars would ride."

MB

Kcalpesh said...

Lovely colors on the dramatic sky shot! Superb!

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Eaglesbrother said...

Beautiful sunset indeed.
soft pastel colors highlighted by the snow on the ground...perfect.

Judy said...

I love the cloud formations in this shot!

B SQUARED said...

Looks like Spring is starting to win the battle with Winter.

kaye said...

I'm lovin' it :)

Japa said...

Glad you're having good weather now. Spring is not far behind. Wonderful sky photo.

Johnny Nutcase said...

excellent sunset, glad you got a picture of it!

Johnny Nutcase said...

excellent sunset, glad you got a picture of it!

Marja-Leena said...

Kaunis!

Tarun Mitra said...

beautiful

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