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Old 16th July 2008
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Show Us Your Blue Skies

I unashamedly stole this idea from Tony (Conanfuji) on another site.

It seemed many liked the idea and I hope you do too.

I'll kick it off:
The Cathedral and Abbey Church of St. Alban - West Side



C'mon where's your BLUE SKIES?

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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

Ah Mr Blue Sky, not seem much of him recently.

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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

Cornwall last year.



Not seen to many this year.But then again we didn't last year.
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Nice subject, Barrie! Living in Greece, I am actually sick of blue skies this thime of year- most folks pray for a bit of clouding for a change!

Here are some of mine- taken in spring, in a small seaside village near Athens.









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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

Here is one of mine.

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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

I like to keep things uncluttered......



It was in my gallery for some other reason.... yep ...when we went months without seeing one like it.
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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

Here's one from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco.

and one from the Isle of Arran.

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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies


A blue sky in Wales? Something of a collector's piece!
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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

Here's one from the garden earlier this month. I might have overdone the polariser a bit

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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

Well from last year



The Helford, E-500, 11-22



Lydiard Park and House, E-500, 11-22

Don't get much practise with this blue sky stuff.

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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

Fantastic weather on Iona last weekend.. Here's the proof



(More shots from the week away in my "Northumberland and Scotland" gallery)

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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

Great thread this... here's a few from me...





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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

The dogs' expressions remind me of the three wise monkeys. From left to right they are "Hear no evil, smell no evil, see no evil"

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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

Taken earlier in the Spring when we did have a few blue skys



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Re: Show Us Your Blue Skies

Here's what I have loafing around. Ironically enough, both are outside the UK!

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