Friday, November 5, 2010

Skywatch Friday: November 5, 2010


This progression of scenes happened only in a
matter of less than 10 minutes






Taken while at the Malimatoc Beach, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines

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21 comments:

  1. Wow! That is a lot of changes in the sky within a very short time. I relate this to other things. You know, one moment, I can feel constipated about blogging, and a few minutes later, there seems no ending to a post. It's like having a blogging diarrhoea. :) Massive changes in 10 minutes.

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  2. One, i am having a blogging diarrhea now, in fact i already have drafted 2 more waiting for time, otherwise, you, my readers might be nauseated by the influx of my blogs into their system. Hahaha! Looks like we are so full to the extent of overflowing.

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  3. Thats a very nice sky! Love the colors!

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  4. What a great post...awesome photos!

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  5. The color is gorgeous! Lucky thing you were there with your camera to record the changing mood of the sky. Lovely captures!

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  6. What a gorgeous sky! It is a shame that I miss sunrises and sunsets most days. They do seem to change every minute or so, don't they? I am really enjoying all your beautiful photographs!

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  7. Stunning!
    So glad I stopped by,
    Alice

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  8. Wonderful photos! Really amazing. :D

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  9. aloha andrea,

    it is amazing how light can change so dramatically especially during the twilight timeframe into night...it is spectacular

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  10. What spectacular drama! Beautiful sky photos!! ;>)

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  11. What beautiful photos. I also read your last post - loved your puzzle. Thanks for dropping by my Blog and introducing yourself.

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  12. It is a stunning sunset. So golden and I love this drama. Blogging diarrhea is good but don't get stomach diarrhea,haha!

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  13. So much changes, so little time. The sunset is beautiful!!!

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  14. According to AB, that butterfly is called Cycad Blue. She is right.

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  15. lol you and One - you two are so comical. I've just come from One's blog and I'm laughing now at both your comments here aswell.

    You are right about capturing sunsets Andrea you really do need to be quick. Ten minutes really makes a difference in the colours and scene. You captured such a dramatic and beautiful one :)

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  16. You are so lucky to document each moment, Andrea! i love sunsets so much.

    Thank you for the visit! Peace be to you and yours!

    Arlene
    http://www.midlifedancing.com/
    http://www.goingonteenyears.info/

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  17. Wow, these are absolutely amazing shots and in less than 10 minutes progression. Very special

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  18. STUNNING! Our sky has red in it due to the fireworks that are going off this evening (last of the Guy Fawkes celebrations)- but nothing beats nature!

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  19. Hi Andrea
    A blue hibiscus that I would love to see, really piqued my curiosity.

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  20. Thank you everyone for visiting, for my old friends who always come to visit, next time i will have a cup of coffee, freshly brewed and some croissants for you. How i wish the bloggers can also have a conference or symposium, just like scientific symposium it serves as a reaunion of very busy people. What do you say.

    I also would like to thank the first timers here like:

    Ovind Buljo-sorry we dont have that striked O in our keyboards unlike in Svenska language. I've been there once and i love your country.

    lizziviggi -another first timer here, i hope you will come again.

    Byddi - thanks very much for stopping by and reading my other posts.

    Arlene - if you love sunsets, i can do you favors, i will post lots of sunsets because it is being mined in this area, fresh from the factory!

    BPOTW - Thanks, i've been to your blog too.

    cina-fong - you can see my blue hibiscus in a recently posted blog, just please look at the tags.

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