Thursday, January 1, 2009

Skywatch Friday 2009


May your skywatching in 2009 be filled with the magic that only nature can provide.

Check out the Skywatch home page to see how the skies look in 2009 around the world.

38 comments:

  1. lol, spaceship, good answer. Love how the sky looks behind that cow. happy swf!

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  2. Happy New Year 2009 and Happy SWF!Really nice picture!Fantastic coloures! !

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  3. Gorgeous sky and silhouettes! Looks so...er...western to me. ;-)
    All the best in 2009!

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  4. That silhouette would make a great decorative Western fence...especially if you could arrange that sky to be there all the time! Gorgeous!

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  5. what lovely colours.....

    Gill in Canada

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  6. Beautiful sky! Love the redness - we get that some days here in Niger, but not always.

    Warm greetings from West Africa,
    Esther

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  7. Gotta love our New Mexico skies.

    Great picture.

    Dan

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  8. Fire in the sky for a new yr. Great shot

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  9. Truly beautiful color! Thanks for sharing! Happy new year!

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  10. such a beautiful photo. such a beautiful sky. i wish i could teleport myself right there next to that cow!

    happy new year!

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  11. The start of a good movie, or a painting, I'm not sure which, I only know it's lovley and I like it.

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  12. Beautiful new year's sky. If we all can't have the southwest magic in our own areas at least we can see them in all their glory on your blog.

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  13. I wonder if those cows appreciate the spectacular view they have of the sky? Awesome photo!

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  14. Great sky! Happy New Year!

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  15. That sky is gorgeous. Great SWF

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  16. I do remember the New Mexico Sunsets being this intense. It's beautiful. Stacey and I hiked the length of the Continental Divide Trail (really route)and were always very impressed with the New Mexican skies.

    Have a wonderful New Year on your very interesting Ranch.

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  17. Perfect for the first sky watch of 2009. I love the new header.

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  18. Marvelous colors! and I love it as a backdrop for the cows! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  19. Glorious!

    Happy New Year, and happy NM sky watching!

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  20. Sunsets and sunrises are beautiful in themselves...but when you add a horse or cattle...they're even better!!

    Nicely done!

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  21. I love your picture and am envious of your lifedtyle - it is terrible sucked into the corprate world.
    By the way the warthogs are very common in this part of the world. If caught young they make delightful pets - though your carpets may never be the same again.

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  22. Holy Cow! That is a wonderful way to start skywatch 09

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  23. The colors are absolutely gorgeous!

    Wishing You a Happy New Year!

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  24. nice pic happy new year

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  25. There I was looking forward to donkey and rainbows and what do I get? A cow! Ah well, at least its a well fed one and under a very red sky, that's some consolation.
    Nice shot.

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  26. Fantastic colors!!!!!!!!

    I love the contrast with the cow!

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  27. O I do adore the silhouette of the cow against that red sky.

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  28. Soo true...nature is the best. Love your quote for the day!

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  29. What a dramatic sky you captured ~ your photo is beautiful!

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  30. Happy New Year to you and your critters. Gorgeous sky--I'm enjoying an extended vacation in AZ and i can't get enough of the big sky.

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  31. Wow! Stunning picture, those colours are awesome.
    Happy New Year :)

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  32. Love your sky, and the livestock too.

    Welcome to 2009!

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  33. Oh My Gosh! This is absolutey gorgeous!!
    Have a wonderful and magical New Year!

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  34. I find this beautiful scene extremely mooooo-ving, if you know what I mean. Also, it looks like you're off to a great start for the New Year . Cheers!

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  35. I love your blog. I came over from the fishing guy. Mountainair is a great place. Your sunsets make me homesick. We are from Magdalena and live in Bastrop, Texas. Trees and no sunsets at the house. :( Thanks for these.

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