Cherish is my favorite word, and I cherish the ability of turning the routine into a beautiful moment.
Nature creates in me, a spiritual and meditative time to bring peace, harmony and balance, into an otherwise ordinary day~
Mary Howell Cromer







Thursday, February 21, 2013

From Trees to Smoke to Architectural Facades~




All of these images were taken through glass!
My husby had to make a visit to Ft.Knox last week and so the Meaka pup-cub and I went along for the ride.
Trees are always special to me and so I took a few shots, that I found intriguing.
The smoke stacks were taken from the Louisville Gas and Electric Power Plant.
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The building facades were taken as we drove through downtown Louisville, en route.
I hope that wherever you live, you will have an enjoyable and safe weekend.
Happy Weekend, Happy SkyWatch Friday.
Be blessed and be a blessing~


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11 comments:

  1. Great serie of photos!
    It is a perfect post for SWF!

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  2. the trees and fences grab my attention. :)

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  3. A terrific series of blue skies.

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  4. for photos taken through glass, these are beautiful!! and an interesting combination... nice choice for skywatch! have a grt weekend!

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  5. So many great shots - so contrasting.

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  6. Ohh I really really love that first one, Mary! Beautiful! Cool architecture shots too!

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  7. Impressive set of photos! I love the use of the trees and fences in your photos. And the perspective is nice too! Great work.

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  8. What beautiful photos! I love the architecture on those old buildings! The big tree and fence line are gorgeous! The smoke coming out of those stacks is quite impressive.

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  9. Wonderful old architecture photos! I always look up at the tops of buildings to see what's on top. Sometime it's more attractive than what's on the street. Beautiful photos.

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