Friday, September 19, 2008

Sky Watch Friday - Knock! Knock!

Knock Knock

Who's there?

'Nudder.

'Nudder who?

'Nudder sunset from the front of my place.

I really must go for a walk in the opposite direction one day.


More Friday Sky Watch photos here

50 comments:

JM said...

WOW! What more can I say?... Everything is so beautiful!...
Those kind of one-rock-only islands are so incredible!!!

photowannabe said...

HeHeHe...good one. Its a nudder gorgeous one Jules.

Lara said...

a wonderful photo!

Lapa37 said...

Haha it very pretty who says you can see enough sunset pictures not me.

MumbaiiteAnu said...

Beautiful golden sunset.

See my sunset sky through the Juinagar bridge at Mumbai Skywatch

Your EG Tour Guide said...

AND a nudder nice one!

Happy Sky Watch!

Photo Cache said...

Gorgeous shot of the sun setting. Love the reflection too.

Pretty Life Online said...

Perfect catch for skywatch! Happy weekend! Mine's up too hope you can visit my corner too...

Abraham Lincoln said...

Had not heard a knock-knock joke in years. Gosh, during the War years, we used to tell them all the time. I will have to see if I can remember any of them.

My SkyWatch Friday photos are on my Canon Pixels Blog.

nonizamboni said...

Gorgeous!
Thanks for sharing.

John said...

Nice shot and reflections!

rhonda said...

beautiful picture

Ann said...

No such thing as too many sunsets. Each one is different. You live in such a beautiful spot.

Klaus said...

Funny! And a gorgeous sunset on top of it. You can serve 'em daily then!
:)
Cheers, Klaus

Rose said...

Haha! I will take these photos any day of the week. They are so lovely.

alicesg said...

Beautiful photo. Love the island in the middle and the reflection of the sun in the water. Have a nice weekend.

ancient one said...

Nope.. you don't need to go to the back..I'd sit on the front and watch the sunset every night... always so beautiful!

Leedra said...

I like it. I also like your knock, knock joke, I needed a laugh.

Scotty Graham said...

Jules....ah, finally able to visit your blog. My connection is a bit faster at work. Just browsed to the bottom of your blog...You are right, your volcano is bigger!! Wow!! That must be some sight...

I don't think you need to move from your view...you could probably get a different photo everytime you walk out of your house with the different light...what a view.

Cheers,

Scotty

John said...

Now that I like, always room for a great sunset.

Enigma said...

You are SOOOOOOooo lucky to live somewhere like this! Thanks for sharing! (great "knock knock" BTW)

Bradley Myers said...

Knock, knock, its me stopping by again, good sky watch Friday photo.

Knoxville Girl said...

Nuttin wrong with that - it's beautiful

Katie said...

When I get tired of looking at the Eiffel Tower, I'll stop by here and see some amazing natural beauty!

Laura ~Peach~ said...

what a lovely walk you have!!!

Arija said...

Nah, not worth it, the view is just fine from here.

Has that volcano settled down again?

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi Jules...
no need to go anywhere with views such as this on your doorstep... I 've just been catching up on some of the posts I've missed.. Loved the 'Light my fire' post... there a certain beauty in the locals faces I also see it behind their eyes if you know what I mean.

dive said...

No! Don't ever stop posting these, Jules. They help keep me (relatively) sane.

Chuckeroon said...

Jules.. a fine photo. Well done.

Tks so much for reminding me that volcano dust exists and that my clouds are probably a minor irritation by comparison!!!

vincibene said...

Gorgeous picture!

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful pic of sweet serenity! Just gorgeous!

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

It's a beautiful photograph and really, a person never ever tires from them!!

Have a really good weekend!
~Michele J~
Mountain Retreat

Laura ~Peach~ said...

hi Jules,
I am glad you stuck around to visit and leave a comment... I am so grateful for cable internet i recall the days of dial up and the frustrations I had trying to load a picture. I bet what took so long to load is at the bottom of my blog is a bunch of videos about childhood cancer and SMA awareness. Again thank you for visiting!
( I checked out your other blogs too lovely photos and wonderful travles!)
Laura

Louise said...

If it's not broken, don't fix it! Actually, who knows what you might see the other direction, but this direction is terrific! I Love the softness of this and especially the layers of mountains/hills in the background.

Dianne said...

LOVE your knock knock :)

Minkydo said...

Beautiful and so peaceful.

Neva said...

But what a lovely view you get to see every day...almost makes up for the bugs and the curses!!! LOL

Therese said...

A big help to go to bed peacefully!Have a nice weekend!

Craver Vii said...

Nudder stunning photograph, Jules. I enjoy these sights and stories.

Pinoy in Terrace, BC said...

awesome framing!!!

thanks for dropping by my skywatch.

Donna said...

Oh Babydoll...This is Gorgeous!!! Happy weekend!!hughugs

Reluctantfarmchik said...

We're glad to see a 'nudder. So funny. As long as the sunsets are this beautiful, I say keep walking. If you walked the other way, the sunset would be behind you. . . not as stunning.

Dear Prudence said...

I wouldn't walk the other way when that way looks this way!

Marcel said...

I liked the knock knock joke and loved the photo!

David said...

Jules, thanks for visiting David's Digital Art. Your blog is very special and I love this photo. I'll be back. David

K M F said...

nice shot

GMG said...

Hi Jules! After a short break but a long absence, I’m finally back to the blogosphere and found some time to enjoy your excellent blog…
Great pictures, interesting texts and even learning on PNG independence! Great!
Missed your comments on Blogtrotter, now still in Kos on the way to Crete! Hope you enjoy and wish you a great weekend and a nice week ahead!

David said...

Cant get enough of these kind off images. Very nice!

Jules said...

Hi All Many thanks for your comments Hope you had a great weekend!!!

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