Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Skywatch Friday - Grey Skies and Ice

Although the rest of the week has been sunny, we had a freezing fog Sunday night that left ice on everything Monday morning. So this week's skies form the backdrop to the ice photos. taken before I went to work on Monday morning. Stay warm!
I'm looking forward to seeing all the tropical pictures on this week's Skywatch Friday.

23 comments:

  1. These are absolutely amazing! I love the early light feeling ... cold at dawn. Very ethereal.

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  2. Very cool photos. And yes, pun intended.

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  3. Freezing fog! I don't even know about such things.
    The ice on your trees is so delicate and beautiful. Not like the smooth glaze I once saw on Arkansas trees.

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  4. Those photos are amazing the ice is so delicate. Hope spring's not long for you now but wrap up in the mean time xo

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  5. Perfectly amazing! Extremely cool for sure :0D

    Pixellicious Photos

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  6. Wonderful pictures and contrasts!

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  7. Fantastic shots! Extremely cool indeed! Love it! Love the icy blue look! -- well, as long as I don't have to deal with it, I love it!! Have a terrific weekend!

    Sylvia

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  8. Creative sky watch shots! I like them.

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  9. awesome pictures of the snow!! Our skies were like that too last week...we probably got three feet of snow in lower NY

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  10. Beautiful winter scenes. Loving the snow, its warm here.

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  11. Beautiful crystal shots! Glad you were able to enjoy our Pacific NW flowers!

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  12. Great capture of ice crystals on the twigs...I can just feel the cold and the wind that allowed those to form.

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  13. Beautiful frost pictures. That means a lot of moisture and very cold temps. Keep them there, I'm a little tired of the cold right now.

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  14. A few tulips and buds are pushing up from the ground...on the other front side of the Rockies..aka UTAH.Spring is coming, but late arriving in the mts.

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  15. Magnificent frost.. so magical.

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  16. Cool! Isn't this known as some kind of frost when fog freezes. Can't remember the name for it though.

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  17. You may not believe this, but I am jealous! With our unusually warm winter and early spring, I missed out on so much wintry beauty. I'm sorry people like you had to suffer for your art, but so glad you shared these lovely photos!

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  18. The foggy freeze pictures are beautiful! Thanks for sharing. I clicked on your blog from SWF because Colorado is a favorite State (although not necessarily in the Winter) and scrolling down a ways I was pleasantly surprised to see Seattle -- another fav -- as well. We were in Oregon until the first of February and had many more sunny days than we'd expected to have during the winter as well -- and it was warmer than it was in Florida.

    Thank you for sharing all of the great pictures.

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  19. The frost is so pretty!
    We could use some of it right now, and you're welcome to some of our sun too. Wish we really could exchange a few degrees…

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  20. You have stunning photographs, I shall come back to visit again~

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  21. Beautiful wind driven ice decorations on your trees. Lovely captures.

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