Thursday, March 5, 2009

SkyWatch Friday #7



One of those rare days when the sun was out. This is the same light pole from my earlier post this week. Can't wait for spring to figure out what it is, even though I have passed by it hundreds of times before. See other fabulous skies here.

20 comments:

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Now that's a tangle of vines, and lots of blue sky.

April said...

At first I thought it was a real tree - very interesting perspective and gorgeous blue sky!

Babooshka said...

It looks like an alien has landed. Intriguing image.

Janie said...

This is a light pole? Cool. I'll bet it's a gorgeous vine with beautiful blossoms. Not so pretty now, but just you wait.
Intriguing photo.

Lene said...

Cool and different :) Never seen anything like it :)

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Interesting shot. Love that light post.

Wren said...

Great photo. I do hope you'll share the answer to the mystery when it reveals itself.

Louise said...

This is a most unusual pole and vine. I'll bet it is all lush and green in the summer. Nice capture.

George said...

You've certainly captured a beautiful blue sky. Once summer gets here you probably won't even be able to see the pole under that vine.

Anemone said...

What a strange tree..., but funny against the sky :-)

Nice weekend from Anne in Norway.

g said...

Hi, Ken,

thanks, you visited my post with the pictures of the Harbor Island cranes in Eliot Bay.

I will check out your blog!

If you are a photo blogger, Carmi's Thematic Photographic is a fun thing to participate in - that's what motivated the crane photo post.

Today's Blah... said...

I love this post, it makes a beautiful photo. Great Skywatch entry.

syel said...

oh, and i thought it was a tree! :) thanks for sharing!

Dee said...

Interesting pole. I'm excited to know how it would turn out. Great composition.

Missy said...

Very cool Kden! Different perspective than the B&W. Both are nice!

VioletSky said...

Now you've got me intrigued as well!

Lovely blue sky. Sigh.

bowledover said...

I thought it was a rather upright tree at first.
Makes a good foreground for your SWF picture. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks too for your visit and comments.

roentarre said...

So glad to have discovered your blog. The composition is rather uniaue as you continuously adopt leading lines and framing using natural objects to do so.

Great shot

imom said...

Looks like it might be a wisteria, I guess time will tell. Great shot. I love the contrast between the beautiful blue sky and the branches!

moresecretwhispers said...

there's something about bare trees
that are so photogenic
i can't wait for autum here(!)