Thursday, November 19, 2009

Skywatch Friday

For this weeks Sky Watch I thought I would show a shot of the Farm next to my house. I shot this one morning as the fog was just lifting off the valley. Hope you like.

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16 comments:

J Bar said...

That streak of fog is amazing.
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Coy said...

Cool shot Ranger!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Ranger: That is really cool with that neat fog bank.

LV said...

You live in a very pretty farm area. This is a beautiful shot of the fog and sky surrounding this nice farm.

Louise said...

Like it? LOVE IT! Great capture.

Sylvia K said...

What a delightful capture, Ranger! I love the fog!

Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Carol said...

Great photo...I love farms and this shot is beautiful... fog bank really adds to this scene...

Larry D said...

The fog is great, nice shot!

Lew said...

Beautiful shot! That looks a lot like the view from US 15 in Frederick County here.

Lorac said...

Very beautiful farm. Good catch of the fog lifting.

luna miranda said...

cool photo! the fog looks like a thousand horses are running across the field.:p

Marites said...

The area looks pretty and the fog looks so low. Great capture! Happy skywatching!

eileeninmd said...

Great capture of the streak of fog. It really does look cool. Great photo.

nonizamboni said...

A great capture--the movement of fog is something we don't often see! Timing is everything.

Brad Myers said...

Beautiful country side Ranger. I hope when your daughter was dressed up like a tree you did not tease her and tell her to "make like a tree and leave", LOL.

You mentioned on a comment about getting better equipment, it is not about the equipment but the fun using it and being outdoors and the way you use it. Sometimes I think I should set mine to auto and give it to my wife.

Larry said...

Great shot Ranger. The juxtaposition of the fog and the corn rows with the rolling countryside is delightful. I love farmland. The scenes always look so peaceful.