Friday, June 6, 2008

Fishing under Darkening Skies

My computer is not back - groan - so I have had to find photos from my laptop to post.

These fishermen were fishing out the front of my house as the sun set.

They then sold the fish to the neighbours - How fresh is that??


SKY WATCH FRIDAY


Go fishing at Tom's to catch some more Sky Watch bites.

51 comments:

photowannabe said...

That is what I call fresh. Beautiful sky pictures. Wish we had such interesting colors to see all the time.
To answer your question about taffy. the taffy pictured is soft rather nougat like and so sticky and chewy that it can pull the teeth fillings out. Usually toffee is hard and more brittle like. Thanks for asking.
Hope the computer gets fixed soon for you.

Blognote said...

Beautiful photos. I like the sky in all three of them plus the calm and relaxing atmosphere you have captured.

SandyCarlson said...

That last photo is just gorgeous. What a view outside your home!

quinttarantino said...

Even if it's a darkening sky, it keeps being lovely!

Me & my puppies said...

Wonderful photos, beautiful front porch view.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Nice post. Dark skys means storms here.

fishing guy said...

Jules: Great captures of the darkening Sky. That is how I like my catch to be. Lake to fillet knife to freezer or skillet.

Ackworth Born said...

great lovely blue skies you have

Musings said...

Very impressive photos! Excellent sky watch captures.

Mrs. Darcy said...

What a lovely view from your home!
Great pictures!

Anemone said...

Great pictures, and I just loved the last one.

Nice weekend to you, from Anne in Norway.

The Texican said...

You get it any fresher than that and you probably have gills.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Beautiful set of pictures Jules.. I'm so glad you made it this week.. good luck with the PC

Texas Travelers said...

the laptop ahd some great photos to share. Great SWF.

My sky is wet.
Come visit,
Troy

Chuck Pefley said...

Can't get much fresher. Lovely sky, and I like the silhouette of the fisher-people and boat. Hope your computer comes back soon.

For The People said...

Cool Canoe!

Marie said...

Beautiful photos!

Champ Townboy said...

Very fresh! LOL

Hope your computer woes end soon.

Voz do meu Coração said...

Excellent series of photos with beautiful landscapes and colors, congratulations.

Daniel J Santos said...

beautiful images, the sky and the sea made mad a excellent composition.

Rose said...

Oh, these are so beautiful.

Angie said...

Beautiful photos and lovely fresh fish,what more could anyone want!

Lyn said...

great shots!

***Fotografia e Luz*** said...

Magnificas photos with the beautiful sky

USelaine said...

Astonishing that these are just your "spare" photos on the laptop! A perfect set and story. As always.

imac said...

Great set of pics Jules,,

My lady and her lamp - are now up and running.

Ida said...

They are beautiful.
Lovely! :)

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

All of these photos are absolutely gorgeous... I enjoyed them all. Thanks.
Rocky Mountain Retreat

Bob Dylan said...

so serene, and that last pic is really something! Your people in a landscape shots are great. (a great blog)

CaBaCuRl said...

How frustrating for you, Jules. Do you have a long w/e too..enjoy whatever sort you have!

Jules said...

Hi Everyone - thanks for your comments - will try and get back to you all!!

Cabacurl - yes we do but I fly out to Port Moresby on Sunday and then onto Goroka the next day for a week - soooooo I guess I'll be spending my long weekeend in airports - double groan!!!

Clueless in boston said...

Jules, your sky pictures are always so stunningly beautiful. Gorgeous sea and sky.

alicesg said...

Nice SWF photo. Wow that is real quick and fresh fishes at your doorstep. Have a nice weekend. :)

Suzanne said...

What a beautiful serene series of photos.

Bergson said...

the first photo is beautiful ; i like tis sky

Scotty Graham said...

You are right, Jules, we DO have a lot in common....good luck with your computer...!!

Jilly said...

Jules, lovely photos. As always. I do sympathise with your computer woes. Mine came back on yesterday! ra-ra-ra! I hope you get back on soon.

evlahos said...

very beautiful captures.

Petunia said...

Beautiful sky pictures:)

Petunia's SWF

M.Benaut said...

Fresh fish from tropical waters, Crikey, y' can't top that.
I'll get the barbie cranked up pronto.
Benson won't even need a can opener but we'll need a corkscrew. Chablis, I think.

Starters, - Coral trout in white wine, wrapped in Alfoil parcels. Three minutes on the BBQ.

Sorry you'll be in airports, we may leave you some ?

Catherine said...

Hi Jules, Your first sky looks like an impressionist painting! In camaîeu of blue! That's great, and so quiet.
Enlish support! maybe I would need your aid sometimes. But for the time, let's not blend Art and Work.
Thanks to share, Jules

R.E. Taylor said...

I love the steely blue of the photos. Very calming effect. Wonderful job.

Kelly said...

What a beautiful series. I love the photostory, and the images are just beautiful!

Donna said...

Would that we could live at such a pace!! Happy day Sweetie!hughugs

Tommy V said...

another great series of pictures

MmeBenaut said...

Lovely photos Jules. I don't like fishing but I can appreciate the scenery. Looks like M.B has the barbie taken care of anyway. He always cooks the fish in this house.

Marcel said...

Sorry about your computer, but I like these photos just fine.

Lana G! said...

These are so peaceful and beautiful! You captured the scene so well!

Island Rambles Blog said...

Happy Sky Watch!!! I enjoyed your photos, lovely colors contrasting the light and the darkness cheers!!!!!

Jules said...

Hi All - thanks for popping in.

M B- I've cancelled my trip so I can be here for the BBQ. Benson is polishing his whickers and sharpening his knife and fork!!!

Mme B - can you open the wine???

Chuckeroon said...

....need I say more...51 comments!

V. nice, J