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Thursday, January 14, 2010

SKYWATCH FRIDAY - HOORAY AND UP SHE RISES...

    About 7 am   Looking East



    Below, zooming-in on the building on the right (above), the flight pattern to Kennedy Airport is noted
    plus two birds can be seen if enlarged.



Then



 About 7.15 am      "Hooray and up she rises...  





 Early in the morning!".      

     The building on the left is one storey higher than last week.

     About 8.30 am     Work is seen to begin as the elevator moves up and down.  Temperature  30!
      Up there, very chilly!



                                                          

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14 comments:

  1. I think I was looking at the clouds more than at the building which does seem to be going up rapidly indeed!

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  2. Your third image is absolutely amazing!
    Joyce, IL, USA

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  3. I just love that russet wall with the equally russet sun reflected on it!

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  4. Marvelous and beautiful shots, Margaret! Lovely colors, brilliant! Wishing you a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  5. Mi Margaret! Great colours in the sky ....
    happy friday!
    Gena @ thinking aloud
    a photoblog
    South Africa

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  6. Fantastic colour skies! Thanks for your visit, you are right. It is the East coast of England, near Felixstowe, Suffolk.

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  7. Captivating clouds. The rising sun is very cheering.

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  8. Fabulous sunrise - getting earlier too. In those last shots, I felt as if I were up there too. xx

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  9. The third one is amazing !
    Great shots.

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  10. What a marvelous urban sunrise!

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  11. excellent skywatches! & I can see the birds -very cool.

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  12. Spectacular sunrise shot!!! I love the perspective. Cityscapes are so interesting.

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