Thursday, November 20, 2008

Sky Watch Friday - Silhoutte



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Today was a rather windy day, at how much I weigh, I was surprised how the wind could still sway me over! =D

A friend said there's a storm, but there were no rains at all, just strong winds and gloomy clouds, as if waiting for someone's signal to pour water down.

This photo was taken from the train while we were passing by the Danube overlooking the construction area on the 20th district...you'd see cranes and buildings and a cathedral too! (the black top is the train's window, which needs cleaning!)

Happy Skywatching!

15 comments:

Ackworth born said...

quite ominous

at least you've avoided the reflections I usually get when trying to photo from a moving vehicle.

Photo Cache said...

Happy skywatching to you too. Beautiful silhouettes. We're on the same train of thought today, I have similar posting too.

Bradley Myers said...

Those are some gloomy clouds, good sky watch.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I never think of the sky as being so brown. Ha! Your photo has opened my mind to the truth that it can indeed be brown.

fishing guy said...

DB: What a scary sky you had.

Dewdrop said...

It does look like a storm there on the horizon. Beautiful capture, such soft colors. Terrific!

babooshka said...

It's darkly atmospheric.

Grammy said...

Awesome photo it was cloudy and cold here today too. maybe 10 min of sun.
Happy swf

Rottlady of the Ozarks said...

Pretty nice shot for being taken out the window! Looks ominous.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

nice- I like dark colors...

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Wow. Lots of drama in this photo. I like it :)

Happy Sky Watch Friday!
Lisa
New Mexico, USA

Naturegirl said...

Great storm clouds capture from a moving rain!
Here my storm clouds surprised me too!
http://nature-trail.blogspot.com/

The Good Life in Virginia said...

love the colors of the clouds and sky...very soft.
thank you for sharing.

Gaelyn said...

The highest gray clouds seem to mimic the gray skyline. Nice capture.

david mcmahon said...

Nice work.

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