3/26/2009

Skywatch Friday No. 37

Sorry if the photos are a bit dark. I took these at 6:00 in the morning on the way to work from the ranch. I love how the fog is rolling down the hills.
The hills are called "Horse Heaven Hills". My little guy once told me that he thought these hills were where horses go when they die...I am thinking it would be a lovely place for a horse to live forever, even if they look a bit spooky in these photos.
Please go visit the other great Skywatch participants at Skywacth Friday There are wonderful photos from all around the world!Enjoy your day and don't forget to hug your DOR

12 comments:

fernvalley01 said...

So pretty! they look alsmost painted.

Happy Heifer said...

Beautiful pictures I really love the clouds rolling over the hills Happy sky watch fridays

ramblingwoods.com said...

I remember going to work about that time, but I think I was always too tired to notice any scenery...This is pretty...Michelle

nature ramblings said...

I always love it when the clouds rest on top of the mountains. I always call them lazy clouds. Great photos. Thanks for sharing your early morning sightings.

Sylvia K said...

I always love the clouds and the fog! There's something magic about them! Lovely shots, thank you for sharing!

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

I saw fog pouring down over hills like that once (in Canada) and it was totally awesome. It was at dusk. Does the time of day have something to do with this?

Caprice- said...

I really like your photo of the fog. I live near the California central valley where it is known (not in a good way) for it's Tule fog. It comes in low and makes it very difficult to drive in especially at night.
Thanks for sharing and thanks for stopping by my blog.
Caprice

Happy Heifer said...

Thanks for coming by Jack and guessing on my "UFO" I do beleive you might need to be a little frightened because it must be a black horse eating grocery bag that couldnt find a black horse so it ate a black cow and now I believe it is headed your way and has decided it likes appaloosas LOL

Sally in WA said...

I like watching the fog roll in. Nice photos!

Shinade said...

Ewwww...i really like them. I think the darkness adds a lovely mysterious feel to the fog.

Without the trees the fog almost looks likes big waves rolling in on the ocean.

It reminds me a little of Jim Warren's Painting where the horses are running along the beach with the big waves rolling right behind them.

Oh if you haven't seen any of his work...Google him...you will love his fantasy imagery with horses!!

Happy Weekend,
Jackie:-)

One Red Horse said...

What a way to start the day - your herd and the beauty of horse heaven hills with the fog rolling in. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Cherie

Arija said...

Beautiful blue twilight sky.

 

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