Friday, March 6, 2009

Skywatch Friday-Ft. Harrison State Park


I took this photo a couple of weeks ago at Ft. Harrison State Park on the northeast side of Indianapolis. Don Gorney and I were listening for woodcocks when I noticed the amazing sky behind us. I thought the gnarly tree looked really cool with the background of smoky blue clouds intertwined with orange and peach rays.

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11 comments:

Louise said...

I love shots like this. Such trees have SO much personality, and the sky behind it is fantastic!

gone to the dogs said...

this is very pretty. I love your description of the colours.

Janet Creamer said...

Thanks, Louise. I love trees, especially big, old gnarly ones with lots of character.

gone to the dogs-the ice bells on your site are especially cool!

Cam said...

Beautiful photo & blog!

Greg Dimitriadis said...

That's one of the nicest photos I've seen in todays Skywatch!

Deb said...

I love the colors, so pretty

luna miranda said...

beautiful! love the silhouette, the colors. dramatic photo.

J Bar said...

Beautiful colours.

Marvin said...

A beautiful silhouette and sky colors.

Light and Voices said...

This tree sure has a view every night. It is standing so majestic and tall. Fantastic capture!
Joyce

HoosierDon said...

Wow, the tree looks exactly like the one in my photo posted on Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/45614523@N00/3348255554/