Friday, March 14, 2008

Sky Watch Friday #20 A GEOMETRIC SKY!


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36 comments:

Andrea said...

Intersting things in the sky.

Meggie said...

I usually try to avoid electrical lines but in this case it certainly gives your photos a different dimension. Nice work...very creative!

SandyCarlson said...

Wonderful abstract designs, Paulie!

I love the blossoms below. I took a similar picture today! Yeah!

Sharon said...

Geometric sky! I love it. The lines make such interesting patterns. Great catches.

Lilli & Nevada said...

What a great set of shots thru the lines. Well done

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi Pauli
These really are great Sky Watch pictures.. no need for bright orange or blue skies, no need for fantastic views of the landscape or sea views.. just plain old wires and shapes and you have a great Sky Watch picture.. A lesson to us all... ;o)
Tom

ArneA said...

Hopefully the voltage is at an acceptable level.

RuneE said...

Very good patterns - the crossing was just great!

Thank you for the very nice comments!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Cool photo, Paulie. Electrifying, actually. ;-)

Daniel J Santos said...

Great idea for the sky post, well done.

quintarantino said...

Yes, using urban elements to frame sky photos is a very nice idea.
Quite creative.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

I love the title to this because I can understand why. It definitely does do that... that's a great idea... nicely done!!!

The Rocky Mountain Retreat

Kerri said...

Very neat shots, Paulie! Finally, a good reason to have the lines IN a shot!

Marjo said...

Hope I can combine my Geometry concepts with the beauty in nature, too. Inspiring pics!

Anita said...

Great idea... :)

Daryl E said...

Love these! Paulie, you are so clever!

DeeMom said...

Wow like a sky highway of sorts ~ fascinating

Carole said...

Very clever!

LUIZ SANTILLI JR. said...

Intersting SKY LINES!!

I liked, I'm engineer!

Luiz

Sonia said...

You took such a wonderful and creative photos, Paulie! Well done!

Berit said...

Interesting photo!!

lissa said...

oooh, lovely. I like the criss-cross lines. how wonderfully captured.

I also like your blossom shots before this post.

leslie said...

What a cool idea to include the wires. Very unique against the clear blue sky! Well done!

Dewdrop said...

Combining math and the sky... wow... I am in heaven.

happyone said...

Nice shot with the wires.
Your previous post is a beautiful sky picture too.

Kuanyin said...

You've made the electrical lines look beautiful and geometric! Good job!

Stacey @Real World Mom said...

Wow, I really like these! Great job!

Misty Dawn said...

You are so very creative! I love the way you see things here! GREAT post!

Angie said...

An interesting and unusual post.Well done.

Randi said...

Interesting shot.

guild-rez said...

the electrical lines make the picture more interesting..

Deslilas said...

Euclidean pics.
"Blueboard" are nicer than blackboard.
In fact I've good "souvenirs" from my maths lessons as a pupil for some years or a teacher for a while.

the teach said...

Paulie, beautiful skies - beautiful electrical cables! Ha! My Skywatch photos often have cables in them... but I ignore them.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Paulie,
To answer you question on my blog, the bench is in downtown Bend.

SandyCarlson said...

Just wondering how your Blogger situation is working out, Paulie. Any more trouble with pictures?

I have been using slide.com to host photos. I just paste the code into an html window, and it works very well--an easily.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today.

Quiet Paths said...

Interesting designs which usually we don't notice. We are a wired society.