Skywatch Friday #11

Sit in reverie and watch the changing color
of the waves that break upon the
idle seashore of the mind.
— Henry Wadsworth Longfellow —

The weather in the western foothills is blah and the lack of gasoline (not to mention the long lines) on the this side of the state is keeping me at home. So, for today’s Skywatch Friday, we’re off to Tampa Bay (Florida) for a virtual vacation. These pictures were taken in St. Pete near the Sunshine Skyway Bridge (the bridge in the second photo), when I went to visit in May.

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~ by Piedmont Perspective on 25 September 2008.

17 Responses to “Skywatch Friday #11”

  1. Those picture make me wanna jump in the water! Is that a Double-crested Cormorant sitting atop that sign post?

  2. Love the variety of blues in these pics! The first one especially is stunning with the bird on the post watching far horizons!

  3. Great catch for Skywatch! Mine’s up too hope you can visit… Happy weekend!

  4. “The idle seashore of the mind”. Beautiful shots and subject.

  5. Great perspectives of the sky.

  6. A virtual vacation can be a good thing! Now, if we could only climb inside our computers….
    Happy Sky Watch!

  7. Terrific shots! I love bridges and beaches, and the blue is spectacular! Excellent captures!

  8. Is that Cormorant on the post? Very lovely place–love the coast!
    Great photos! Really enjoy your site.
    Nina at Nature Remains

  9. Very nice photos – I’ve not been to that part of Florida, but your skywatch makes me hope to get there soon.

  10. Thanks for the virtual vacation! These are wonderful shots – I’m sure they are nice to look back on.
    You always find the most amazing quotes.

  11. All 3 excellent but the first with the bird is oustanding

  12. Thanks to all for stopping by and for your nice comments! That is a Cormorant in the first photo.

  13. Great pictures. The first one I like the most. Also a nice area, lvely to see.

  14. Splendid views! This is a great Sky Watch.

  15. Great shots. Very cool bridge in the second one.
    Cheers

  16. Is that a cormorant enjoying the day? That is a wonderful sequence. Oh, to be at the beach right now!

  17. Very nice! I notice that your images suffer in Quality from re-sizing – they go soft on you. Maybe sizing them to 500 pixel width before uploading can remedy that.
    Cheers, Klaus

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