Heavenly Beauty for SkyWatch Friday

Will I ever get used to these big, beautiful Kansas skies?

I mean, will I wake up one day and not notice them,
perhaps be totally bored *yawn* by them and
take them for granted?

I sure hope not.

Monday's Kansas skies at 5:30 p.m. central time.
Top photo, the sun sets in the west.
Bottom photo, the sun's rays cast a pink glow on eastern clouds.



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31 comments:

  1. Great pics girl! Hey I put my chili recipe just for ya! Let me know what you think!

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  2. You and me both my friend and we share very similar skies I think.

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  3. The diversity of their beauty will provide an opportunity for mundane viewing to not exist.

    Geez, took me forever to get that sentence out.

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  4. So beautiful!!! We're headed your way tomorrow for the winter and I can't wait to see the beauty of the midwest. Thanks for sharing the wonderful skies.

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  5. Beautiful! What a fab view to see first thing in the morning! Hope all is well in Oz Land!
    Jackie

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  6. I appreciate your sky photos as this time of year in this area means lots of gray skies...

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  7. sky photos are my favorite...you did a great job...

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  8. Your skies are beautiful. I hope you never tire of looking at them from where you are either.

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  9. Pretty skies! I suppose I could live there if they would let me bring a few of my mountains along. :-)

    DI
    The Blue Ridge Gal

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  10. Your sky's are remarkably similar to my sky's. Big and Beautiful! I don't think anyone ever get's bored with looking at the sky!

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  11. No you never get use to the beauty that we are so blessed to see most days/nights. Thanks for sharing that beauty with us. WOW

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  12. Hope you put the post on SkyWatch

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  13. I grew up just over the Missouri border from Oz land. And though I love love love my home in Maine, I will never get over missing the sky back home: pink and piled high and forever.

    Thanks for this rush of memories...

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  14. I know sometimes Kansas skies are not too good for the storms. Yours are very nice and glad you shared them with us.

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  15. NO WAY! If you're anything like me, and I've lived here my whole life, you'll seek them out!

    Beautiful Wonderful, & I love them, skies!

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  16. What beautiful sky photos! May you never grow tired of looking up!

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  17. Those skies ARE beautiful there in Kansas! If you're like me, you will never grow tired of the beauty of the sky. I love admiring the clouds, sunsets and the sunrise and look forward to capturing many more with my camera. :) Nice shots!

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  18. Don't know if I've ever seen Kansas skies before. Love that open sky, rolling clouds, miles and miles of open space! Thanks for sharing.

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  19. yawning prairie skies
    getting ready for a nap
    (we call it nightfall)

    My Sky

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  20. What a glorious expanse of sky! Beautiful!

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  21. If you ever do get bored by them it is time to leave because they are so beautiful!

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  22. All er ever need to do is just look up and around us to see truly beautiful sights. Your photos and post were great.

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  23. Beautiful photos. I especially love the first one.

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  24. Beautiful skies and I am noticing them a lot more than I use to. Great skywatch.

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  25. I love photographing the sky. Sometimes I can capture the beauty but many times You just have to be there to appreciate how beautiful it is.

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