Friday, September 26, 2008

Sky Watch Friday - Lukluk go long hap


I said last week I should go for a walk in the opposite direction. So I did!!! And this is what I saw.

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37 comments:

Daniel J Santos said...

beautiful images and a beautiful place.

imac said...

Awesome shots, real eye catchers.

Willow said...

I love the sky! Such gorgeous colors.

I'm back from my travels and settled in to school routine, so I'll have more opportunities to stop by and get my daily dose of 'New Guinea' to remind me of Papua.

Larry said...

Beautiful storm clouds there Jules! I am waiting for a storm here in Northern California. Can you send some rain my way?

Greyscale Territory said...

These clouds have so much beautiful character! Stunning!

Müge Tekil said...

Impressive clouds! You must have felt so small walking under them! They reflect the power of the nature!

Photo Cache said...

Amazing skyscape. You have captured this wonderfully. Two thumbs up.

ancient one said...

I take my comment back from last week. Those skies in the opposite direction are just as beautiful.

Snap Catch said...

Great catch for Skywatch! Mine's up too hope you can visit... Happy weekend!

Ann said...

that first photo is just stunning, the way the light is coming through the cloud.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Stunning! I'm glad you turned around. ;-)
Happy Sky Watch!

Louise said...

Wow! I always like the same direction, but this is pretty spectacular! Terrific captures!

Laura ~Peach~ said...

cool decision to walk in the other direction beautiful skys

Marcel said...

Wow, I'm glad you took that walk.

The Monster said...
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The Monster said...

Hi, I am interested in coming up to Rabaul for a 3 week holiday with my wife and 8 year old daughter

Is this a safe destination - it certainly looks fascinating!

michaelc54@gmail.com

Suzanne said...

I am glad you took a walk in the opposite direction, that is a great sky. Happy SWF.

Maria said...

What a great sky! I'd like to walk with you...
Have a nice weekend!

vincibene said...

Gorgeous! I love the colours!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Neat sky colors way down and out there.

Knoxville Girl said...

Looks like any direction you walk yields beautiful views. Thanks for sharing this one. Happy SWF

Dewdrop said...

Wow! So glad you went the other way!

Therese said...

As it it was coming out of a big chimney!
Have a nice weekend!

Donna said...

Gorgeous sky Sweetie!! Happy weekend!hughugs

Rose said...

Oh, Jules, those are wonderful!

I just got home last night and haven't put up a sky watch...just trying to catch a few of my favorites. I always really enjoy yours.

Neva said...

Very lovely colors! A nice place to walk to see....

Debbie said...

So glad you went for that walk so you could share these beautiful images. Breath-taking.

Tink *~*~* said...

Really excellent cloud formations :D Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Tink *~*~*
My Mobile Adventures *~*~*

JM said...

Glad you went the oposite direction! That's fantastic, Jules!

fishing guy said...

Jules: What a vey neat Sky you caprured for SWF.

Arija said...

Sheer magic, I hope the clouds did not weigh you down. I'd hate the thought of you standing there like Atlas holding up that batch of low (but very beautiful) heavy clouds.

SandyCarlson said...

That is glorious. Heaven has the most elegant of robes!

Catherine said...

So oppressive ! How is it possible to escape. Breathtaking on the both senses.
The strenght of Nature and elements compared to ours is disproportional!

Alifan said...

Wow Jules just breathtaking...x

David said...

Jules, very beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing.

GMG said...

Hi Jules! Here I am to enjoy your lovely blog on my weekly visit! It happens to be on Saturday when your post is crowded with comments after the sky watch, but other days are more difficult to me... ;)
And this week we have again some wonderful pictures.
The skies, always with some clouds, are awesome! The Doors are amazing, but the kid with the phone book (it could be a yellow pad for a future lawyer ;)) is my favourite!
Coconut fuel? What a wastefulness... ;))
Look forward to reading you at Blogtrotter, now back in Chania!
Have a great weekend!

babooshka said...

Whoa! These are terrifc. Your skies really are dramatic.