Skywatch Friday #17

May memory restore again and again
The smallest color of the smallest day

— Delmore Schwartz —

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No clouds today so we’re going with a reflection of the sky and trees on the Catawba River.

Be sure to check out all the great Skywatch photos this weekend!

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~ by Piedmont Perspective on 7 November 2008.

21 Responses to “Skywatch Friday #17”

  1. This is gorgeous. I love the reflected sky.

  2. Very nice color from the trees and great reflection from the river!

  3. Your picture so so very pretty. I love it.

  4. the water reflections makes it perfect!

  5. Fabulous colors as always and the reflection is perfect. Thanks for sharing!

    Cheers!
    http://reginainpictures.blogspot.com

  6. Oh, my! This is fantastic!! I like everything about this one.
    :-)

  7. The reflection is awesome! Isn’t autumn a wonderful time of year?

  8. Reflections beat clouds any day – as you have just shown!

  9. This is so lovely getting a double view of sky and trees! Beautiful!

  10. Who needs clouds when you have rocks and a reflective piece of water!?? Throw in a few colorful fall trees and the clouds are all but forgotten. Lovely shot.

  11. Beautiful Autumn colors and a reflecting sky-priceless.

  12. Beautiful addition to SkyWatch. I love those colors!

  13. What a beautiful reflective shot with the trees in color.

  14. This is a beautiful photo.

    I have an award for you on my blog. Please stop by when you have a chance.

    Paz

  15. Fabulous Fall colours and stunning reflections

  16. When I opened this up my mouth dropped – gorgeous!
    The world here has been brown for a few days now and I’ve not cared much for it and you have shown me it can be beautiful.

  17. Exceptional. I absolutely love your work.

  18. These colors are so very warm. Gorgeous.

  19. That is so beautiful! Love these refelctions!
    Cheers, Klaus

  20. This is too lovely. What a serene place to sit and take it all in. Thank you.

  21. Lovely skywatch photo, superb colours and reflections.

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