Skywatch Friday #7

I am but mad north-north-west: when the wind
is southerly I know a hawk from a handsaw.

— William Shakespeare (Hamlet) —

After being deluged with wind and rain this week, I was mighty glad to catch a glimpse of the sky peeking through the clouds.

~ by Piedmont Perspective on 29 August 2008.

18 Responses to “Skywatch Friday #7”

  1. From Piedmont Italy, great shot indeed

  2. This is my favourite style of SWF image: using an interesting sky as a backdrop tro say something about man and nature. Really good silhouette of a most complicated weather vane.

    The entire post is so succinctly summed up by the quote from Shakespeare.

    Intelligent blogging …

  3. Beautiful sky shot.

  4. Oh my, this is beautiful!
    I love the silhouette against a gorgeous sky!

    Thanks for visiting my WV bridges!

  5. Beautiful sky. The blue is SO blue. The weathervane is the perfect focal point.

  6. I know the feeling on the rain thing!! great weathervane & sky! happy SWF!

  7. Beautiful shot and subject.

  8. Great shots for Skywatch.

  9. Great skywatch, I love the weathervane against the sky.

  10. That is a really magnificent looking weathervane. The weather wasn´t probably getting any better considering the direction of the wind. Shakespeare makes good quotes.

  11. This is one of the kinds of photos I like a lot.
    Very fine image!

  12. I so love the dark outline of the weather vane against a bright blue sky puffed with white pockets! Just gorgeous!

  13. This is a lovely skywatch! I really like the perspective as you look through that gorgeous weathervane to the blue sky beyond!

    Thanks for your visit and comments on my post!

  14. Whoa! That is spectacular. I love the angle! What fun.

  15. I’m so happy you were able to get some relief from all the rain, and saw the blue sky again! Hope the weather is continuing to stay calm!

  16. This is such a lovely and unique photo. Very nice!

  17. Really like this one, the weathervane against a gorgeous sky. Again a nice contribution to SWF.

  18. Very unusual weather vane and a stunning shot.

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