Thursday, August 13, 2009

Skywatch ~ Southwest Style

The New Mexico twilight can flatter anybody's cheekbones.



To see how others are decorating the sky this week, check out the links on the Skywatch home page.


41 comments:

  1. bbbbbbbbbbeautiful!!!!

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  2. I've always loved you rustic "picket fence!" Nice shots, as usual!

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  3. Incredibly beautiful and as magical as New Mexico can be. Great shots!!

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  4. Gorgeous shots. You're really lucky to have so many unusual subjects to photograph. Ever think of putting together a 'coffee table' book?

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  5. Wow, amazing. Really spectacular! I found you thru a comment you made on my blog...and I really appreciated the nice, so nice, things you said!

    Tracy

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  6. Lovely light. I'm always tempted to walk out of the office when I see your posts.

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  7. Wow, I love the way you managed to capture that "Mammatus" formation below the storm clouds-well done:) I love the light too thanks for sharing:)

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  8. The light and the clarity is unsurpassed!

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  9. Great images, makes me miss the west even more.

    Love the clouds, we don't get those very often here, love to see them!!

    Have a great day!

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  10. Love your standing bone fence. We've got a few bleached skulls here too after last summer, in fact, quite a few.

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  11. Magical. Love the light in NM.

    great photos.
    Come visit 'Prairie Barrens' under a hot sky, Click here.
    Troy and Martha

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  12. Love the photos, love the comment of the person who wants to "walk out of the office" on seeing your shots. It makes me grateful all over again to be retired and right here in New Mexico. Thanks for sharing your world view and your humor, Linda.

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  13. These are great shots. What fantastic light!
    Janice.

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  14. Simply fabulous. Both look like they came from a travel brochure. Great job.

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  15. You live in a living snapsnot of beauty, you are doing a spectacular job of capturing it for us to see!!!

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  16. The bare wood and bones of the southwest add to the mystique of the southwest. Great skies you have!

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  17. Very creative beautiful images.

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  18. OK, Linda...that second one you airbrushed right? Tell me you did. You mean NO, and I missed seeing those clouds for real?

    Damn...beautiful!

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  19. Your photos sure make me want to be there.

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  20. Stunning and very creative pictures. Love the fantastic light and color!

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  21. Have I told you how much I love your blog? Your critters and pictures and their daily adventures are so fun to read. I could read your blog all day.
    Love that last pic of those cool clouds!

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  22. LOVE your fence and creative post. Well done!

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  23. Great photos! Perfect light and beautiful skies.

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  24. Very creative. Beautiful shot.

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  25. Oh, Linda, that second photo just sings. I love it.

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  26. Oh! breathtaking. May I please steal that second one for my webshots screensaver? It will stay on my computer only... please please please??

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  27. Hi, I found your website through a comment you left on pioneerwoman. I must say, your photos are absolutely amazing!! I esp love the one on your banner, hehe.

    come visit my food blog sometime :) http://sunnyfood.blogspot.com

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  28. Those cheeks need a touch of color!

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  29. Joy, feel free to use that photo. I've added a high-rez downloadable link on the "For You" page.

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  30. You certainly have an "eye" for photography.
    jfm

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  31. Slanting afternoon light is my favorite light for taking pictures. You most certainly used it well. That first shot belongs on the cover of a western romance!

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  32. WOW, what an beautifull shots here, love them, great colors and good compositions, Stunning!!1

    Have a great SWF.

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  33. Beautiful pictures! Your skyline is so different fro mine!

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  34. When I saw the blurb in my feedreader about the NM light "flattering anyone's cheekbones", I thought I was going to be treated to some porcine pulchritude via Wynonna. But the homage to Georgia O'Keeffe is beautiful, too.

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  35. Gorgeous clouds and you have a gift for capturing exquisite light that brings out the best in your subjects...even dried bones.

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  36. Oh yay!! Thank you!!!!

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  37. LOL...And Beautiful, too! The New Mexico Sky is truly stunning!

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  38. Very cool photos! The skull image seems to be a warning to all who tred there ! Live the sky and fence.

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  39. Awesome shots! Unique and very creative. Thanks for sharing.

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