Tuesday, July 18, 2006



~ Aloft
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Today, I dream of flying . . .


25 comments:

  1. how beautiful...it reminds me of how sweet it all looked from the airplane...

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  2. I look forward to the images that you post! I love sky-scapes too...something very dreamy about this one.

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  3. It looks like a storm coming up I think I better close the shutters.

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  4. LOL at dr. john! :D W.J. this is lovely and I hope your dreams all come true!

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  5. or napping, maybe. either way, it's pretty.

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  6. oh love it. I used to LOVE flying dreams, but the last few I was too heavy to get off the flipping ground much. arg!!!
    Oh well, if I saw this sky here I would be getting me cup of tea and sitting on the doorstep to watch it.

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  7. I really love your work! This is some pretty wonderful stuff.

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  8. Lovely. I did dream of flying away from where I am (always when I'm in some sort of low mood though....)

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  9. WJ!!!

    It's like the sky you see when you close your eyes and remember a dream or a memory.

    Great stuff recently. Hope your well.

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  10. Thank you, Chana,

    I see your head is still in the clouds . . . I'm glad you have so many good memories of your trip!

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  11. Thanks, Cynthia! I'm a sky-freak from way back! I prefer the night sky, but my camera prefers daytime!

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  12. Sorry to make extra work for you, Dr. John!

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  13. Thanks, Lynette; so do I!

    Welcome home!

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  14. Hey, Karen,

    I'll have you know I'm a card-carrying insomniac -- I don't nap! (Wish I did, though.)

    Have you seen the previews for "Jericho"? I can't wait! (Had to throw that in; the preview was just on and I know you LOVE some TV!)

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  15. Hi, JB,

    I never had a flying dream until two years ago. Flying is, supposedly, one of the most common dream "themes" and I always felt like I was missing something. Suddenly, I was having at least one a week for a couple of months. Then, just as suddenly, they stopped! Haven't had one since . . .

    On the day of this particular sky, there was no tea and nary a doorstep to be found. Actually, I was standing in the middle of a big parking lot on a bright sunny morning, and spent about two minutes shooting every visible inch of these big, puffy clouds!

    Heaven!

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  16. Thank you for the pretty wonderful comment, Patti, and welcome aboard! It's always great to "see" a new face here!

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  17. Hi, Fenn, and thank you.

    I think my 'sky dreams' recently, have to do with my being glued to NASA TV and watching so much of the recent space shuttle mission. I would LOVE to be part of a space mission!

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  18. Snoo!!

    I don't sleep much, but I've always remembered many of my dreams. Of course, I know there are some I don't remember -- which makes me wonder whether I'm missing something amazing!

    Hope you're feeling a little perkier!

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  19. W.J. I love looking at the sky too and the night sky is so magical I never get tired of looking up there! I sent you something in the mail today with lots of bubblewrap. :)

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  20. You should join the Cloud Appreciation Society.

    They'd welcome you with open arms. :D

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  21. Hi WJ!
    I love the sky too! Especially the nite sky! You never know what you're going to see next. ;)

    hope you're having the start of a great weekend!

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  22. Thanks, Lynette! I'll email you!

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  23. Hi, TC,

    I've joined that group through Flick'r. Glad you stopped by for a little cloudgazing!

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  24. Thanks, very much, anonymous. Now, come on -- tell us your Secret Identity!

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  25. Hi, Shilo!

    I think what I most like about the sky, is that it reminds me that I'm on a planet, floating through the cosmos. That I'm not just anchored to the ground . . .

    Weird, I know.

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