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Friday, February 20, 2009

HF#116 - SkyWatch#31 - Electric Skies

Fluffy clouds on blue
skies 'littered' with electrical
wires ... fact of life

in my neighborhood.
Maybe one day they will be
moved underground but

I'm not holding my
breath. I suspect they'll remain
long after I'm gone.
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Haiku Sky Watch Friday
published earlier
at Happily Retired Gal
and for others participating in
Sky Watch, Looking at the Sky on Fridays
& Haiku Friday this week.


Thought for Today
"I still get wildly enthusiastic about little things... I play with leaves. I skip down the street and run against the wind." Leo F. Buscaglia


Amanda said...

Maybe one day. Not holding my breath here either. LOL

Great haiku, as usual!

Anonymous said...

The big puffy clouds are fantastic. I wish I could squeeze them in my arms. Of course,then I would be all wet.

Anonymous said...

Those clouds in that blue sky look so cool! Great shots!

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Joyce's Journey said...

I think it's kinda neat to see the beauty of the sky through the wires. Weird, I know, but the sky is beautiful unconditionally.

Terri said...

The sky still looks lovely even with the wires. One of my own favorite sunset photos I thought was spoiled by the overhead wires, but the more I looked at it the more I appreciated the contrast.

Unknown said...

It is hard to take sky photos in town without getting that litter. :) But these are fun actually!

Amazing Gracie said...

The intrusion of man on nature's beauty...

SandyCarlson said...

The wires are interesting. In old family photos, they mark the early dirt roads in what would become the southern Connecticut suburbs, where my family lived. They haven't changed. I wonder how old some of that equipment is.

Someday we will understand the power of creosote and ceramic!

Louise said...

I like the puffs and color contrasts!

Susan Cook said...

I love these photos. The electrical wires kind of look cool though.

Anonymous said...

I love the beautiful white puffy clouds! Thanks so much for sharing with us.

Nikki - Notes of Life said...

I try to avoid the electric wires, but these shots look good :)