Tuesday, May 24, 2016

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Last Sunday I took a stroll through Ashdown Forest, East Sussex, UK

Skywatch Friday

Wordless Wednesday

    Click on pictures to enlarge - it makes a huge difference, literally!















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  1. Beautiful captures even better when clicked on more detail :-)

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    1. Thanks Steve. You are so right, clicking takes pictured to a new level.

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  2. Hi Keith - lovely photos ... I used to go up through Ashdown Forest to visit my uncle and aunt in Oxted ... just loved that part of the journey ... English countryside with those sorts of clouds just shines out ... cheers Hilary

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    1. I was actually popping up to Ikea in Croydon, and I left early so I could break the journey and get a few hours exercise in Winnie the pooh country! I love our weather.

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  3. Wonderful pics, Keith - I do love dramatic skies! :)

    Susan A Eames at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

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    1. Me too Susan. Constant blue can be a bit boring!

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  4. Beautiful pictures. Was it just cloudy or was a storm rolling in?

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    1. A storm never arrived! One minute it was bright sunshine and the next near darkness.thanks for dropping by again Patricia

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  5. That one single branch poking through the tree looks like lightening. How cool! What a neat storm.

    http://www.anapeladay.com/2016/05/ww-science-fair-linky.html

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  6. Really lovely captures of the clouds and skyline.

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  7. Great captures. Thanks for sharing and for linking up this week.

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  8. Awesome pictures - thanks for the view :)

    @mysilverstreaks from
    Storiesandmore

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  9. Great captures, beautiful skies..

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  10. The clouds are beautiful in these pictures! Looks like it was a lovely walk. :)

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    1. It was great, and it didn't even rain!

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  11. The light on the clouds is so dramatic.

    http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2016/05/3-scary-things-i-saw-at-bookexpo-in.html

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  12. Wow! Love these (especially enlarged) -- dramatic.

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    1. Yes, they look totally different enlarged. Thanks Beth

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  13. I think this is what they call cloud porn haha! Every photos the sky looks so dramatic!

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  14. Beautiful photos! Thanks for linking up for Wordless Wednesday. Have a terrific day!

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    1. Thanks Cascia. I AM having a terrific day thanks to comments like yours!!

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  15. I like your panorama photos with the worrying clouds.

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  16. Beautiful skies !!

    BTW neither the cows nor the dog "said" a word :) !

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    1. It would have been worrying if they had Gattina!

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  17. Clouds are always beautiful. Great shots! :D

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    1. There is something very special about a stormy sky. Thanks Becky

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  18. Keith, very dramatic sky views! I love the light behind the clouds on the first two shots. Nicely done. I participate in Skywatch Fridays and if you don't then you might want to check into it. These sorts of images would be a perfect fit. Thanks for linking and sharing.

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    1. Thanks for the heads-up. I must check it out. living in a loft as I do I am always watching and snapping the sky. I love it.

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    2. I've submitted a link to Skywatch Friday to see how it goes Cathy

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    3. It's going quite well Cathy! I'll do it again this Friday.

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  19. Beautiful skies and dramatic clouds!!

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  20. Great shots. I hope you didn't get wet on your walk!

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    1. Believe it or not, there wasn't a drop of rain!

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  21. Very 'painterly'; they remind me of water colors... kudos..

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  22. It looks like the beginning of the Earth without people. Just beautiful, but scaring Nature.

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    1. Now you come to mention it...! Thanks Nicole.

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