From my walk to work this morning. I just happened to catch this pretty cool scene of blue skies at sunrise and this dark razor wire.
Look familiar? That’s because this summer I took another photo like this: http://schnik.it/2012/06/21/photo-of-the-day-razor-thin/
These three flags are up at Timberline Lodge. There was something about the way they were billowing in the breeze, the angle and the bright blue sky that called to me.
A great photo from a recent trip I took. I never hesitate to look out the window whenever possible on a plane it’s still surreal to look out and watch the world spin by.
Heh. I took this photo shortly after landing at Lanai Airport, in Hawaii. I was thankful to be on the ground. I’m not really a good passenger in a plane where I can see the pilot, let alone, reach out and touch them. But, this Mokulele Airlines Pilot really knew his stuff and made the ride as pleasant as possible.
This photo, another from the Chihuly Garden and Glass in Seattle, Washington – Is another of my favorites. It’s the sculpture, Space Needle and the Blue Skies that draw me to it every time I see it.
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Pardon the liberty I’ve taken with the subject, I cannot help myself when I see bales of hay. I will, undoubtedly yell, HAY, whenever I see it.
Today’s photo comes from a neat art installation from the Experience Music Project in Seattle. Rare is a bright, clear blue sky day in Seattle, Washington. When they do happen, however, they’re something to behold. I found this red toned art against the blue skies quite striking.