Thursday, December 4, 2008

Skywatch Friday: November Haze

Santa Rita Mountains Haze photo by Kathie
11-30-08, 12:16 pm, 1/640 sec, F 6.3 70mm
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29 comments:

TSannie said...

I love it when the mountains almost look like they've been painted into the photo. Beautiful!

bobbie said...

Lovely November haze! You're right about the mountains looking like paintings.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Awesome!The blue haze looks pretty in my mind.
Blessings,Ruth

mick said...

Beautiful photo. Also loved the birds in your previous post.

alwaysbcmom.com said...

I like the haze. It makes the mountains look like they've been painted on the sky.

Quiet Paths said...

Sort of soft and delicate. I really like it. Saint Rita would be happy. Who is St. Rita anyway?

If I didn't mention it before; too lazy to go back and look if I commented - I really enjoyed the burrowing owl post.

People with Cameras said...

It almost gives it a make-believe look. Very cool.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

he mountains look GREAT in the haze. They seem mysterious. ;-) Happy sky watching!

Alan said...

Hi Kathie,

As usual, another great photo. Love the way that the hills fade into the background!

Have a good weekend

Tabib said...

Very beautiful naturescape.
Happy SW Friday!

babooshka said...

The backdrop has a really surreal haze. Beautifully done.

Vickie said...

Blue, blue mountains. I love what the atmosphere and light does to color.

SandyCarlson said...

That looks like a wonderful place to take in the skies!

kayleen said...

Great photography as always. Thanks for sharing.

Wren said...

The haze causes the mountains to like like a mirage, or distant clouds.

Happy skywatch!

Mary said...

I like the colors that the mountains appear....all those blue shades. Pretty!

Deborah Godin said...

Those receeding mountains look mystical, and the foreground is so sharp-focus - such contrast!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Even the haze is pretty with your skills.

~Lisa
New Mexico

Jules said...

Such a painter's palette of blues - lovely. I guess the cooler weather brings softness to the sky and the mountains.

Lindab said...

So many layers of hills rising up from the plain. Beautiful.

Mike said...

Are those creosote bushes? I love visiting Sycamore Canyon through your blog, Kathie.

Sioux said...

Lovely sky and mountains...beautiful desert!

Jim said...

Your haze is pretty, so is the sage. Happy SkyWatching,
..

Naturegirl said...

Kathy there may be haze but it sure looks warm in your image!
Here, it's time again to put on the warm gloves when viewing!

Arija said...

Love the receding rows of blue nountains behind your landscape.

me ann my camera said...

What a majestic view you have! How beautiful. Also the mountains included in your previous post are spectacular in their many layers of tiints and shades.

Deborah Godin said...

Kathie, just wanted to let you know I'm tagging in a meme in a post I'm putting up a bit later this afternoon. Hope you can pop on over and join in if it works for you!

kjpweb said...

Beautiful!
Cheers, Klaus

Rocky Mtn. Girl said...

Ah, such a wonderful landscape photo. In fact, your blog is superb, what a treat for my weary eyes to view your wonderful photography.

I want to thank you very much for coming by when I have been so ill.
I really do appreciate it in ways you do not know. Your support is incredible and I want you to know that.
Thank you.
(Hug)
~Michele~