Thursday, April 9, 2015

SKYWATCH FRIDAY


This weather vane is on top of the gazebo at one of our favorite gardens.  We often sit under it and watch the birdlife, also turtles and koi swimming in the lake.




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20 comments:

  1. Dear Denise,

    First of all, your header has brought a huge smile to my face; it is delightful, I love it!
    Today's photos here are beautiful, and the reflections in your second photo...brilliant! :)

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  2. How peaceful. Well shot





    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  3. Yes, this would be a very peaceful area to sit and relax.

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  4. Nice gazebo and a beautiful blue sky.

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  5. What a beautiful reflection of the pier and the cone shaped roof! I think weather vanes are much harder to find nowadays. They are only used for decoration now. I would love to sit under this one.

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  6. What an absolutely glorious spot. Thank you for taking us along.

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  7. What a beautiful serene place and lovely reflections

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  8. Good Morning, Denise. I love the weathervane. And the gazebo looks like a wonderful place to sit and watch the birds.. Great shots, have a happy weekend!

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  9. Looks like lovely weather. Love blue skies.

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  10. Hold on....I'l grab a cup of coffee and join you at the gazebo. Such a lovely spot! Have a good weekend.

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  11. Koi I could probably find here, turtles not so much!

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  12. love that rooster vane.. and the last photo is just gorgeous

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  13. All very pretty, oh so pretty!

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  14. I love that weathervane...I have a collection of roosters. I still love them, but don't collect any more...all I need is more stuff!

    I would think that would be a wonderful place to sit and watch wildlife or to read...or to just sit and 'be.'

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