Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Picture This # 193 ~ Sky

Flying to London Flying to London 


Sky over the Houses of Parliament sowm


Sky over Paris, looking from Pompidou Center to Sacre-Coeur.

Sky over Paris ~ Looking from Pompidou Center to Sacre-Coeur

11 comments:

  1. oh I like these, different than just only sky by itself-good morning

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  2. Such very nice pictures of the sky. I love the first one where the clouds look like cotton balls. Very nicely done, Debby.

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  3. Hi Debby !! Great to see you taking part. Excellent choices for the theme!! Love that first one...one of the best 'looking down from an aircraft' shots I've seen. Is that leaving the US coast? Great silhouette of the Houses Of Parliament against the bright sky in the second shot. Iconic Paris skyline, couldn't really have been anywhere else.....made all the more dramatic by the storm clouds.

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  4. I certainly know the scene of "flying into London", have been there and done that many times - good photo. Nothing like the Houses of Parliment for a good silhouette against a London sky. The Paris view is fantastic, I love Paris and no matter from what angle you take the photo, it is a rewarding subject.

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  5. I like all three of them, the last one feels very familiar to me, so is my favorite. :)

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  6. I would love to fly to London and capture a photo like that one.
    I love all three shots..

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  7. You did capture, as always, the beauty of nature and things in a very personal and awesome way...

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  8. Ah, Mitch,ty. I don't remember how long/far we had traveled when I took that pic. I took so many from the plane!


    Thanks everyone for the sweet comments.

    Pat, I would never tire of photographing Paris. I wish we had had more time there.

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  9. These are some awesome images. The Parliament buildings silhouetted against the sky is great. The image of Paris with Sacre Couer on the hill top is beautiful. I've never been to Paris but it has to be an amazing to city to photograph.

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