Lookin’ Up

Most of you are aware of my fondness for sunrises and sunsets. Today I’m sharing a few pictures that prove you never really know what you might see when you look to the skies.

 My caption for this photo is: “Fly Me To The Moon”.

I took this next picture because of the interesting contrails. But look closely in the top left corner. (You may need to click to enlarge the picture.) I didn’t realize it was there until the photos were downloaded to the computer.  A nice surprise, I thought.

And who doesn’t love a rainbow?

Remember to look up! You never know what you might see.

25 responses to “Lookin’ Up

  1. Sky surprises – how beautiful! The rainbow has such a nice extra glow close to the horizon – is that a pot of gold shining brightly????

    Pam

  2. What great shots! It is so true about not seeing some things until you download some photos. Very nice surprises…just don’t stop shooting!

  3. Since I can see very little of the sky from my windows, I especially like your ‘sky pictures’! Beautiful…you always seem to be in the right place at the right time…looking up.

  4. Lovely shots – every one!!! Amazing the things we see in everyday life. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Oh, I see it but won’t give it away. (wink) Thank you for another surprise.

  6. I love rainbows and you captured it beautifully.

  7. I think when we look up, we forget about our troubles! Loved the photos.

  8. Beautiful! I love finding things in photos that I hadn’t seen when I shot it! We love that you keep looking up!!

  9. I saw it! And what a great shot of that rainbow. There is just something so incredibly magical about a rainbow!

  10. Beautiful, beautiful shots!

  11. now i’ve got frank stuck in my head! 🙂

  12. So glad you shared these, Dianna — It always pays to be lookin’ up!!! ;0)

  13. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Beautiful. The sky holds such wonderful for us if we only take the time to look.

  14. You know I’m a big fan of the sky – especially on a good, dark winter night with no moon … amazing stuff!! These are great .. Love how the moon sneaks in here and there !

  15. Love it!
    I’ve accepted your Reader Appreciation award and mentioned you in the post…. but, per the “rules” I can’t give it to you again 🙂 Pop on over to find out more!
    MJ

  16. Now that is some rainbow!! I’ve never seen one with color like that at the bottom; must be some big pot of gold there!

  17. Wow you truly are an amazing photographer. The moon photos are great and your rainbow is stunning. Looking up is a Great way to kick off the new year! 🙂

  18. So your lesson is instead of stopping to smell the flowers; we should look up and see the sky! I like it!

  19. Love the top photo… Happy New Year!

  20. Exquisite photos, Dianna. Yes, I forget sometimes to look up. But, on Christmas Eve I was out under the stars, looking up, up, up. And, after a while I noticed a jet moving in the heavens. I continued to watch its progress among the stars, when, Hello! I saw a shooting star. Alleluia! Christmas Eve has always been magical for me. So, there it was!

  21. Oh, these are great, Dianna! I’ve been noticing the sky more often, how it changes constantly. What we see now, will not likely ever be repeated.

  22. I love the way how you shot this photograph
    It`s a great timing for that rainbow thanks for sharing 🙂

  23. Oh Dianna the rainbow over the boat slips! And “Fly Me To The Moon”!! Gorgeous shots. I am going to be sure to look up today!

  24. I’m intrigued with the number of bloggers who found their New Year’s inspiration by looking heavenward. New Trend? Hope so!

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