Thursday, August 28, 2008

Skywatch Friday: High in the Mountains

Gardner Canyon, Sonoita, AZ 8-17-08


High in the mountains where I want to be
the morning sunlight falls on me
and casts a softly slanting light
across the meadow after night,
when dew drops twinkle in the day,
the stars of heaven fall this way.
~Kathiesbirds (July 25, 2008)

View my other Skywatch Friday post at Sycamore Canyon.

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16 comments:

  1. Such beautiful words to go with an amazing photograph. I love the little tree perched high on the top of the hill!
    Mountain Retreat

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  2. Hi kathie Nice Sky Watch!!! Great colors in that sky and the lovely green contrast. Gardner Canyon looks like a great place. cheers.

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  3. You have pretty surroundings. Nice.

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  4. The way of fortune is like the milkyway in the sky.... Wonderful capture for skywatch! Mine's up too hope you can drop by, asking for your vote too... thanks a lot! Happy weekend

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  5. A real beauty. I like them both.

    My Sky Watch post is at Canon Pixels

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  6. Just beautiful, such vibrant colors.

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  7. Excellent photo. Beautiful colors and framing.

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  8. The stars of heaven will probably fall there. You paint beautiful wide open spaces.

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  9. Katie, what a lovely skywatch landscape with a poem to match. The scenery is so beautiful, small
    wonder you were inspired!

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  10. I've missed you for a while now. Glad I ventured back. Your photo and especially your poem are lovely!

    You're now bookmarked and in my regular rotation. SOMEday I'll be organized...(we can always dream, can't we???)

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  11. Kathie: I must have missed this last week and it would have been my loss if I didn't visit. Inspiring poem and photo.

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