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Thursday, October 15, 2009

SKY WATCH FRIDAY - THE CITY STILL SLEEPS




The moon soon disappears behind tall building as the sun rises





Oops!  It is too early for this....








The rising sun highlights the street,  and garbage for collection




 WAKE UP LATER, TO COOLER WEATHER AND RAIN


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11 comments:

  1. Love the way you present your sky. Interesting and always looking for your next post.

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  2. Thanks for sharing these nice photosgraphs

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  3. Marvelous shots, Margaret, love the first one! Beautiful colors! Great way to start a day -- or to end one for that matter!

    Enjoy your weekend!

    Sylvia

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  4. I love the sky when the city sleeps. ;-)

    Boy, was it wet on Thursday. On Friday, too?

    Paz

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  5. except for the moon, the undisturbed sky is really beautiful. love those pics:) MY skywatch is up here.

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  6. Thanks for visiting my blog Margaret. Hope you enjoyed the visit - please call again.
    I like your photographs. I was in New York in May (and met Elizabeth) and really loved it, such a contrast to our rural way of life.
    I think that is Brooklyn Bridge in the photograph - we had alovely meal on the waterfront close to there. Do call and see me again. Best wishes.

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  7. Margaret, a lovely series of photos showing the early dawn hours. I especially like the last shot looking down on the streets.

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  8. Interesting sequence - beautiful sunrise and I like the originality of the street shot - even the garbage looks good!
    (Thank you for your comments on my blog. The SkyWatch slide show on the sidebar comes courtesy of gadgets on the template and Picasa where all our blog photos are stored automatically)

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  9. The street scene is very peaceful.

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