Friday, April 25, 2008

Sky Watch Friday


For this week's Sky Watch, a photo of one of the signs to the area of Sea World Orlando, FL known as the "Waterfront". I like the colored glass circles very much.

16 comments:

quintarantino said...

A very nice photo using the gateway in firts plan.

SandyCarlson said...

That is beautiful!

Pretty Life Online said...

Great photos for SWF! mine's up too, hope you can drop by. Have a wonderful Friday and weekend!

AVCR8TEUR said...

Nice colorful circles against the blue sky. Good choice for Skywatch.

Abraham Lincoln said...

I also like your choice today. That is some sign, Waterfront. The sky looks really nice behind it.

I kind of ache this morning because I was up and down and crawling around and bending over and watering and digging holes and running the little tractor just to plant about 6 plants or flowers. But I think they looked nice and should look great in a few weeks. I enjoyed your blog and think you made a wise choice for Sky Watch Friday.

RuneE said...

A colourful See Front to the Sky Front - good choice.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Stunning Sky Watch Shot.. I really like this... I must also comment on what a great ABC Wednesday Post you have.. it made me chuckle

Daniel J Santos said...

Great colors, one excellent photo.

Lilli & Nevada said...

What a great catch with the clouds and blue sky. I have never been to Sea World in Florida someday i hope to go

Petunia said...

Great shot and the blue sky with clouds in the background makes it even better!
Petunia's ABC

babooshka said...

The sign with the coloured glass is definately eye catching against the sky.

granmal said...

This is a pretty picture.

John said...

Stunning Sky Shot!

dot said...

The civil war relic I posted is located at the Chamber of Commerce in Bay Minette.

dot said...

I know that I made a comment on this post besides the one today. I must not have waited for it to go thru.
I love the Sea World sign. It reminds me of a stained glass window.

chanpheng said...

That's a nice interpretation of the sky through the pieces of glass!