my sky


Silhouetted buildings and a glorious early morning sky
looking East on W. 80th St.

For more skies, visit hosts/hostesses Sandy Carlson, Louise, Sylvia, Klaus, Wren, & Fishing Guy at the Sky Command Center!

44 comments:

  1. Fantastic shot, Daryl! Wow! what a way to start the day! The clouds are just gorgeous!

    Enjoy your weekend!

    Sylvia

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  2. I'm sure glad that you're off to work early in the morning...that's when one can catch these kinds of shots. Very beautiful, Daryl and a great composition!

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  3. I like the way you used perspective with the buildings and sky. The traffic light is a nice touch. Good job. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. How did you get the skywriter to personalize the contrail for you ;)?

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  5. gorgeous..looks like a cold day breaking..jj

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  6. Very pretty clouds. I fear you may be clouding over soon, though, with the remains of Ida. Take care!

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  7. Pretty skies and photo. Perfect sky for skywatch Friday.

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  8. I long to see blue skies once again. Looks like it's going to be a while here in the Commonwealth:(

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  9. That's perfect with the green traffic light as gimmig - but what ist "dedelstein"? ;-)

    I like your new masthead.

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  10. Beautiful view through the buildings. I love that deep blue with the floating clouds.

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  11. Great shot...like the perspective....nice light

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  12. Sometimes if we just remember to look up....
    Fabulous shot.

    (How early...???!?)

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  13. You sure catch the morning skies beautifully. Love that the green traffic light looks as brilliant as it does.

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  14. That it is an awesome shot. You even got the red light. A super Sky Watch showing.

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  15. What a great shot! I'm one of those people who could lie on my back & stare at the clouds all day. I'm simple-minded like that....

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  16. Good perspective. I haven't read the other comments but am sure that perspective is sprinkled all over. I like the stoplight too.

    And your tiny little watermark!!

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  17. What a striking shot, love the skyline. You have a great eye! Jeanne

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  18. Love it! Love the green light in there too - the perfect touch.

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  19. You always get the most incredible shots from between the skyscrapers, Daryl. This is phenomenal...and I spied your name in the clouds, too! :D

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  20. Robin neat me to my question. I was just about to ask who hired the skywriter. Fabulous shade of blue!

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  21. Such a lovely sky it is. It's almost like being there.

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  22. I really love the silhouettes! Great shot for the early morning skies!

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  23. fantastic, I just knew you were a jet-setter. :)

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  24. Yes, and if there were three or four buildings together that had over one floor, our sky would look like that, too...but gosh darn it, small town America and (if you're lucky) two story buildings can't compete with that!
    Sandi

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  25. Your silhouetted sky is stunning. Reminds me of the series Georgia
    O'keefe did when she was living in NY with Steiglitz. Her take is claustrophobic...she longed for the desert. Yours seems expansive.

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  26. I think that was key to getting a decent skywatch the last two days-getting up early! this is beautiful!

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  27. Oh MY!!
    Just when I thought you were on TOP of rocking my socks off..
    You're now beginning to do the HARDCORE stuff! ;)

    This is MAGIC art Daryl!!
    Hanging on the wall for sure :)

    I LOVE this!!!

    Hugs, Anna

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  28. Great shot....beautiful sky framed by Silhouettes of buildings.


    Eaglesbrother

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  29. flawless composition!!

    and for a moment I thought I saw Santa and Rudolph

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  30. I'm such a sucker for the early sky shot! This one is beautiful. I love the way it looks through the buildings.

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  31. This photo is the BEST! You deserve an award, or at least a hug--consider yourself hugged.
    Happy weekend, my friend.

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  32. I thought it was terrific; I loved the light in the clouds. But when you said "early morning," it was glorious!

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  33. Love that traffic light--and there "you" are, streaking through the sky. Wow.

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  34. A delightful sky to light the dark city canyons.

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  35. Excellent framing of the image! Outstanding, Daryl!

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