Thursday, October 8, 2009

The hunt for red October



October 5, 6:56 pm, looking southwest from my front porch.

For more views of the October sky, check out the links from the Skywatch home page.

40 comments:

  1. OH MY GOSH ... that is unbelievable!

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  2. OMG!!!! How I wish we had views like that here in NC. Just amazing.

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  3. Nancy in NC10/8/09, 6:44 AM

    Stunning! I thought about you coming into work yesterday. Behind a sky full of gray thunderheads, we had slivers of turquoise skies peeking out. It was absolutely beautiful and although I'm used to blue skies, the colors yesterday reminded me of some of your shots. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. What a beautiful sky -- it looks like fire.

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous, and this shot just proves that we should stay up around the clock in New Mexico, with a camera always at the ready!

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  6. If you're hunting for red October, search no more, I think you found it. The sky looks like it's ablaze with firelight. Gorgeous.

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  7. That is absolutely stunning!

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  8. Wow! Just gorgeous, stunning sky!

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  9. This is a truely amazing sky picture!

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  10. Beautiful! I just found your blog and I love your title as we too are literally 7 miles from nowhere!! Just the Canada version. Love it!

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  11. Wow - I think you found it!!

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  12. All I can say is "WOW"!!!!

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  13. Now, did you set the pasture on fire for that pic? You are so into the real look, huh?

    Very nice!

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  14. nice capture well done thanks for sharing XXX Don

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  15. Wow...that's amazing! Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Excellent sky- truly awesome!!
    I love the colours. I like the way you've done your site by the way.

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  17. Wow! Red sky at night is a sailor's delight. At least Alan won't have to reef the jib or belay the hatches or whatever would be needed on the 7MSN schooner!

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  18. That is so beautiful!!

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  19. Wow, awesome. I love this scene...

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  20. Wow !!! Sky on Fire....get out the water hose.lol

    Eaglesbrother

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  21. Awesome colors, just stunning.

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  22. I can see that all the gosh, wow and ooooo my... that I was going to say - already has been sayd many times! This is just marwellous! The sky is on fire :)

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  23. Incredibly bright brilliant vivid colors.

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  24. Are you kidding me?!? Is that for real?!? That's amazing! Whoa!

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  25. BREATHTAKINGLY GORGEOUS!!!! Oh my, Oh My. OH MY!!!!

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  26. Now that's what I call red!!!
    Mine fades into insignificance against a sky like that.

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  27. my oh my, this is one of those amazing events in a life time. stunning.
    Spirithelpers

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  28. Gorgeous! What planet is that? :-O This is a stunning shot!

    - Pixellicious Photos

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  29. I wish had the same view here all the time..but Sweden is a very cold countr
    have a nice day, deqar

    CONGRATS FOR THE STUNNING SHOT

    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2009/10/wedding-in-sherbourne-castleuk-at-skywatchfriday/

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  30. That is an amazing shot of an even more amazing sky!

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  31. Fabulous shot. I am emailing you a photo of my weathervane. See if it looks familiar.

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  32. So dramatic! I'm used to the much softer pinks, oranges, and yellows in our sunsets.

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  33. Simply amazing!! You may just win for most incredible sky. You've got my vote.

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