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Thursday, September 24, 2009

SkyWatch Friday



This was at Seney National Wildlife Refuge in Michigan. Created in 1935 by President Franklin Roosevelt from the Great Manistique Swamp by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Believe it or not it is 96,000 acres. Some of the wildlife there is sandhill cranes, painted turtles, deer, loons, trumpeter swans, eastern kingbird and much more.



On I-75 north from Flint, MI. It was a beautiful drive. Farms, pastures, rolling hills, forest--very peaceful.

Everyone have a great weekend.
For more skywatch pictures go to http://skyley.blogspot.com/

15 comments:

  1. I love big fluffy clouds. Great pictures. Thanks for visiting.

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  2. That's some big sky reflected in the water, nice composition. The second shot is an iconic country scene. Both excellent captures.

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  3. What terrific shots! I really love the reflections in the water and, as Gaelyn said, lovely composition!

    Enjoy your weekend!

    Sylvia

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  4. Great shot of the reflection. Hard to tell which way is up. ;D

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  5. these are both wonderful, the reflections.. amazing. And the bright blue sky with the farm... beautiful.

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  6. beautiful reflection...and such amazing puffy clouds!


    please come and visit my place

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  7. You have such a diverse array of landscapes in the US. Beautiful shots, love the refection and the serenity of the farm.

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  8. We'd love to go fishing in that lake. Nice.

    Ramona

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  9. The reflections on the water are stunning, and I really like the composition of this photo. And I have a weakness for big fluffy clouds.

    Judy

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  10. Beautiful photos! It's nice to watch the sky on the waters, too. And the second one is equally as great, looks like a painting.. wonderful shot! :)

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  11. Beautiful clouds and amazing reflections. Simply wonderful pictures
    Thank you for your comments and stopping by.
    Sunny :)

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