Saturday, February 16, 2008

Sky Watch Friday: May Pond Mountain

May Pond Mountain, 2100 feet (640 meters), taken from May Pond Road at an elevation of 1640 feet (500 meters) (which is why the mountain looks like a mole hill), this afternoon. You can see a young Christmas tree farm in the foreground. The flat white snowfield on the right is May Pond, Barton Village's source of water. When clicked, this photo will open, full size, in a new window.
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45 comments:

  1. WONDERFUL capture and scenery! :)

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  2. This really is a beautiful picture.. Sky Watcher are in for a treat with this one.

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  3. Wow, that's a beautiful view!

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  4. WoW! that's beautiful view. Great shot!

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  5. Beautiful capture and scenery!

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  6. This is absolutely spectacular! Everything about it is perfect. I think I would walk away from this sight and be completely full of inspiration and encouragement. This is SO beautiful!

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  7. beautiful, the cloud is beautiful

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  8. It is lovely how you've captured the pink clouds drifting by over the rushes.

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  9. This is a lovely shot . Thanks for sharing it.

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  10. Nice pink and blue hues in the clouds. The "baby" Christmas trees was an added bonus!

    Thanks for visiting my blog. :)

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  11. This is stunning! I love it. :D

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  12. It's not a very huge bird.. It's a pigeon:)

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  13. Very nice photo, and i love the color pink!
    Good weekend to you.

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  14. I came to your sky watch post & just went "WOW!" breathtaking.

    becky aka theRAV
    http://quoththerav3@blogspot.com/

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  15. One might say that you have made a molehill out of a mountain :-)

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  16. wow...excelent. Thanks for visiting mine.

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  17. Wow! Great view...spectacular colors. Better than a post card. In answering your question...yes, the snow did come.

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  18. this the kind of SWF I like to see. A photo that gives me something more than colors and clouds and sunset.
    You can feel nature, wanting to be there, touch the sharpness of trees in the hill, and notice that sky is blue and clouds moving
    The only thing is that I in your blog want to see more of your other postings. Not only this week SWF but also Jan 05 as I can find through Search This blog / Google. I want them included to compare / see development etc.
    Looking forward to next week.

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  19. Beautiful view. I love the pink tinge on the clouds.

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  20. Beautiful Sky Watch picture!

    I really love getting to see and learn about the area around you.

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  21. It`s so beautiful and peaceful:)

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  22. Stunning shot. The light is perfect.

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  23. Just beautiful. This time of year lends itself to warm photos of snow! This is great.

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  24. What a lovely photo .. thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  25. What an exciting photo, so much to see! Is it called May Pond because that's when the snow melts?

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  26. Beautiful! Great lighting, nice contrast between the sundrenched mountain and the shadowed snow.

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  28. Don't click on the link in Ivan's post - a popup appears which would probably download spyware! Fortunately, I have a Mac

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  29. beautiful - love the light/dark shadows on the clouds. I also love snow pictures - it is always so serene and peaceful looking. great job!!

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  30. Hi,
    This is an absolutely beautiful photo.A great Skywatch picture!

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  31. Beautiful combination of pink and blue. Love it! Thanks for the visit.

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  32. A fabulous view; the stuff picture postcards are made of. Absolutely stunning...and I love the idea of the baby Christmas trees :o)
    Rx

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  33. I love it! I can't even imagine being near mountains. I'm sure my camera would be used extensively if I did live near them! Thanks for stopping by! Have a great day.

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  34. Fantastic Skywatch Friday shot!!
    Wow!!

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  35. stunning shot.thanks for visiting my blog.

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  36. Awe-inspiring! What a beautiful thing to look at!

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  37. This is really beautiful. The light is just great. So i'm trying to figure this out by looking at the shadows..... did you take it in the early morning or later in the day

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