Thursday, May 28, 2009

Skywatch Friday

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Welcome to my world in the Canary Islands.
This photo of the Tenerife sky shows the volcano Teide, the highest mountain in Spain, silhouetted against a creamy skyscape of billowing clouds. The photo was taken in February 2009 from my neighbourhood.

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16 comments:

Rob Ripma said...

Awesome cloud formations!

JOE TODD said...

Thanks for visiting my blog love your pictures and blog

foto CHIP *Birgitta* said...

I like your composition! The green leaves and the remote mountains - the colours - beautiful!
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VALKYRIEN said...

So strange to watch these clouds, covering the landscape! Great capture!

Gennasus said...

Those are amazing clouds over Teide. I visited Tenerife many years ago but didn't see the mountain looking so wonderfully dramatic.

Love your header too.

sixstars said...

Nice photo. It looks like a volcano with smoke coming out of the crater.

Vicki ~ FL said...

I love the volcano photo and your header photo as well.

Have a great weekend.

Rocks said...

Hi there! Happy skywatching :)

Lorna said...

You have a very good eye and very good technique plus the exquisite luxury of beautiful surroundings. ¡Qué suerte tiene esta mujer!


~Lorna

CJ said...

Beautiful photo, as are the others photos I see on your blog. My husband and I are looking for somewhere to retire ---we hadn't considered the Canary Island, but they certainly look beautiful.

Arija said...

Superb shot with the snow covered peaks and gentle light.

Sanna said...

Amazing clouds and beautiful colours and light! =)

Squeaksdaddy said...

Fantastic photo...Your blog is impressive. Have a great weekend :)

JJ

Angie said...

Fabulous shot! Enjoy the W/E

wncmountainliving said...

Cool photo - very surreal! The clouds look like sand hills not clouds.

leslie said...

Beautiful photograph Sharon! Thank you for stopping by my blog today! I will be visiting both of yours often as they are fantastic -lots of information and recipes!
all my best to you,
leslie

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