Welcome to My Sky Watch Photos

I hope you get some pleasure from seeing the beautiful Sanibel sky. Every sunrise and sunset is different. On rainy days we usually see clouds with the sun shinning behind them and many times a rainbow.

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Sanibel Skies

A great way to begin the new year, was to look at the evening, Sanibel sky from the causeway.





15 comments:

fishing guy said...

Tootie: What beautiful skies you have at the ocean, thanks for sharing.

Kathy said...

Tootie those are beautiful picture you took. I love the first one with the palm trees.

vincibene said...

WOW!
Wonderful pictures with fantastic skies!

Sue said...

Tootie,
Thanks for visiting my blog. I'm glad you did, so I could go see your beautiful photos. I scrolled down the page, and enjoyed them all. Is that where you live?

I've only seen an ocean once, and it was at the Outer Banks of North Carolina. My husband and I just loved it!

Happy New Year to you, too.

Cactus Jack Splash said...

Happy New Year!
Lovely picture

The Arthur Clan said...

I could look at these photos all day...they are so pretty!

esnorway said...

nice pics happy new year!!

Müge Tekil said...

My favourite is the 3rd shot! That is great! Happy New Year! :-)

Arija said...

Wonderful shots, if it keeps up like that, you will have a great year.

shadowsinthemoonlight said...

Yummy photos!I'm an ocean gal at heart. Brings back memories of the one (and fantastic) time I visited here as a child. I'll be bringing my kids someday.

-gel (short for Green-Eyed Lady, from the song green-eyed lady/ocean lady...)

Pearl Maple said...

Beautiful collection of photos for Sky Watch Friday. Thanks for sharing with us all your view of the horizon and thanks for your kind comments on my blog earlier.

Cherie said...

How beautiful. I love seeing the light reflected in the water.

Carver said...

Those are beautiful sky shots. Happy New Year.

Tabib said...

Beautiful Sanibel sky - look like in the tropical country here with those coconut trees.

Deborah Godin said...

Those are all gorgeous. Sky and water are a winning combination, especially in your neck of the woods!