Thursday, January 28, 2010

Well its that time of the week again. Here is a photo that I took in Regina this past week. (Skywatch Friday)

This photo is taken at one of the most picturesque locations in the city. This is the Pine Island pedestrian bridge in Wascana Park. The sky in this pic was one of my favourites so far this winter. Is it any wonder the slogan for our Province is the 'Land of Living Skies'.
(click on photo to enlarge) Be sure to check out other 'Skywatch Friday' posts from around the world at: http://skyley.blogspot.com/

44 comments:

Betty said...

I've never seen anything like that first image. That moving snow looks almost dreamy. Excellent photos.

Betty
Shreveport, LA

Good_ole_USA said...

Beauty pics Guy

Paty said...

simply divine!

Downtown Child said...

Fargo meets Wascana -- a maxixe!
Great pics, Guy.

Warren Baldwin said...

More good pics. We are supposed to have a snow storm here in west Kansas today. Maybe I'll get some scenic shots!

mountain.mama said...

Wonderful scenery, Guy!

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic captures, Guy! The first one is so different and it does look dreamy! How lovely to see the blue again, too! Have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Vicky said...

Beautiful photos Regina. Thanks for sharing, Have a nice SWF!!!

Gill - That British Woman said...

were those colours for real in that first photo? I too have never seen anything like that either, just beautiful.....

Gill

Pearl Maple said...

I like the way winter and show adds a special touch of sparkle to the view and adds so much to your lovely photos for Sky Watch Friday.

Regina said...

Another awesome scenes!
Enjoy the weekend.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

The first picture is beautiful. I have never seen snow with that hue to it.

ewok1993 said...

that first image is a jawdropper. stay warm.

Benikos place said...

Fantastic capture! Gorgeous colors! Thanks for sharing!!

Carver said...

These are both fantastic, each in their unique ways.

Linda Jacobs said...

Wow, the lavender in that first picture is so gorgeous!

joo said...

Your photos look like the scenes from fairy tales!

Jane said...

Great skies Guy, Regina still looks cold. Thanks for sharing:)

susieofarabia said...

I never tire of seeing your images of the lovely Wascana Park.

eileeninmd said...

They are both beautiful shots. the first one the colros are just awesome. And I love the blue in the second shot. Well done!

Carletta said...

The first one is beautiful pinks as far as the eye can see!
The second is definitely a picture postcard shot!
Wonderful shots Guy!

Helena said...

That sunset is really stunning. Drifting snow really does have a beauty all its own.

Carolyn Ford said...

Such beauty in both photos! Massive storms create fabulous photographs (if you can get out to get them)...and, Wow! I love that bridge with the lamppost! Beautiful!

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Both shots are stunning but that first one is my favorite.

Titania said...

It looks like it is very cold in your part of the world. Great sunset, all in pink and blue.

Titania said...

It looks like it is very cold in your part of the world. Great sunset.

Karine said...

These are both awesome photos, the top one is my favorite, the colors in the sky are amazing!!!

Tricia said...

You're absolutely right, it does have a unique beauty to it even though it's a blizzard!

Hildred and Charles said...

Beautiful pictures, - you have captured the colour and the glow that permeates the very air, and is so glorious.

Dot said...

These are beautiful Guy! I especially love the second one with the bridge! Love the way the clouds lead your eye directly to the bridge!

Maria said...

Beautiful photos, Guy!
Yes, we are getting those last storms of January!
Seems like they're everywhere!
Take Care!
~Maria

Brit Gal Sarah said...

Guy these are both just gorgeous shots!

LadyFi said...

Stunning shots - love the way the snow curls itself up on the road! And the blue of the second photo - just fabulous!

Ivon said...

Awesome pictures. I do like your second one of the walking bridge with your moving sky. Thanks for sharing.

Crash said...

Marvelous photos Guy. I hope the folks in Regina know how lucky they are to have you as an online ambassador.

JQ said...

Excellent photos Guy

Gwendolyn L said...

Both of these pictures are outstanding. What an interesting picture of the snow storm using the warm sun colors. It creates a conflict in your brain. Both of these deserve to be enlarged and hung on some collectors wall. Great job. Thanks for sharing.

KaHolly said...

That 2nd photo is a real beauty!

Susan said...

Thank you once again for showing me your Living Skies, they are why I love southern Saskatchewan. I have ony been there in summer so to see the snow would be quite something! Heres hoping for a winter visit in the future!

Elisabeth said...

Fabulous first shot...excellent. Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

George said...

The sky in your first picture is absolutely fantastic.

Elisabeth said...

Can't get that first shot of drifting snow out of mind. That is one super shot. Memorable! Had to come back to say: Good job!!!

msdewberry said...

I love the colours of the sky and the cloud patterns in your photos. I have to say though, I remember how cold that is!!
Great photos!

Dewdrop said...

I agree that the first shot is as if from a dream. Really a spectacular shot. The colors, the dramatic show drifting. It seemed desolate, abandoned, uncharted territory, ready for exploration. Thank you.

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