Friday, November 14, 2008

Sky Watch Friday - 14th Nov 2008

Hello sky watchers! I have a few photos to share for Skywatch Friday today!

These photos were all taken a couple of weeks ago at Spoon Bay on the Central Coast of NSW. Clicking on them will bring up a larger size so you can see more detail.

These first two shots were taken right on sunset as the sun was going down behind the hill.


Eagle eyed viewers will see the fisherman in the first photo, and the strange cloud formation in the left hand side of the photo below. :)



The next few photos were taken earlier on that afternoon.

The white waves crashing over the rocks look great against the very blue sky.....


Now for something a little bit different......



I love the way the sky is reflected in the rock pools - I'm thinking outside the square this week and showing the sky from a different point of view! :)

To see more sky pics from around the world, visit Skywatch Friday, and why not join in the fun too?!

Thanks for visiting today! :)

~Sarah~

23 comments:

Coloradolady said...

Great photos today, the ones of the water are really pretty. Have a great SWF.

Pearl Maple said...

Simply stunning, how lucky are you to have that patch of beach all to yourself while nature was busy painting up the sky.

Thanks for sharing with everyone in sky watch friday.

Louise said...

This is a beautiful series of photos! I love the gold in the first ones, and the waves against that brilliant blue are wonderful!

Darla said...

Wow. Those are great photos, love the first one.

Ann said...

Beautiful photos, expecially the sunsets. Haven't heard of Spoon Bay. Looks like a great spot.

FickleMinded said...

the waves looks like a cloud on the water.lovely shot!!
FM-SWF#2-Point Edward

Pagan Sphinx said...

What an incredible series of photos! They're all gorgeous but my favorite is the last one - with the blue, blue sky reflected in the pools in the craters of the rocks. If you hadn't said anything, I may have thought you colorized the photo to make the water look so blue. Just stunning. And that shot looks like a scene in a fantasy movie about another planet.

Thank you for coming by my blog, otherwise I may never have enjoyed your lovely photos.

Peace from Western Massachusetts, USA

Kim said...

The white spray against the blue sky and the blue in the puddles is stunning.
*smiles*
Kim
http://mom-musings.blogspot.com/2008/11/watching-sky.html

Grammy said...

I love your photos they are amazing.
Happy SWF!

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Wonderful photos and love the reflections - great idea.

A

Greyscale Territory said...

gorgeous range of shots! but i think my favourite must be the sky captured in the puddle! Delightful with the child peering at it!

AphotoAday said...

Great set of photos... Especially love the fourth photo of the eroded sandstone -- we have some of that in California too...

Sarah Thompson - Sydney Australia said...

Ooops... spelling mistakes! Sorry!

I LOVE LOVE LOVE your wave shot! I love the combination of the wave showing so much umph and the texture of the rocks!!! Such an awesome shot!

PS Lets make a date to go snap happy!!! :)

Steve Buser said...

I was really amazed at the perfect angle for the first shot, but as I went down the photos, I realized that your talent is your ability to explore with the camera.

Melissa's Cozy Tea Time Readings said...

A place I'd like to be right now.
Happy swf!

Dirk said...

Great pictures, the third one is my favourite

Titania said...

Hi Sarah, your SW pictures are very beautiful. I love to see another area of our wonderful Australian coast. The huge white wave looks really great, well all the pictures are wonderful.
Thank you for stopping by my SWF.
See you around and have a nice Sunday.

coca cutie said...

I want to be there!

Joz said...

Hi, very nice pictures, I,m impressed about your sense of art!! I'd like to know which camera are you using?? And what do you like about it?? Thanks in advance! JOZ

solsticekennels said...

Thnaks for sharing, they are wonderful.

Wendy Smith said...

wow wow wow...stunning

Leedra said...

Beautiful sky watch photos. Thinking outside the box is what we are suppose to be doing here. I don't seem to do it with sky watch. I need to try.

Shirley Fyfe said...

Oh wow! Those photos are just beautiful! You've really captured these perfectly!