The heavens declare the glory of God;
the skies proclaim the work of his hands.
-Psalm 19:1

Do you know that God controls the clouds and makes his lightning flash?
-Job 37:15

Friday, June 27, 2008

Wisconsin Day 3

Happy Sky Watch Friday!! It's post time!!! (Please visit our host, Tom's blog to participate in Sky Watch Fridays. So much fun!!! I highly recommend it!) Today's Sky Watch Friday Shot is a shot at my sky yesterday... Bf and I had a splendid time exploring the Green Bay area (Lambeau Field for bf's visiting pleasure) and the peninsula northeast of there... all of which areas have tons of barns, each with its own silo... bottom line for now, we caught a spectacular view of the sunset. This is a pic of the sunset over Fish Creek. It was truly breath-taking. I have tons of pics, which I will load later, but I am out of time on the wifi now... just know that it was a wonderful adventure.

OK, so we started out on our way to Green Bay, stopping frequently along the way to capture some of the great scenery. It was so interesting to see silos with EVERY barn. We have silos in South Georgia, but not with EVERY barn. ... and then, there were the cows (I say they were larger than those in my neck of the woods, but bf disagrees). They were gigantic!!! ... then, we FINALLY made it to Lambeau Field, which was our Green Bay destination, which bf was so excited about, even if we didn't decide to take the tour, which would have allowed us the opportunity to see the field. It was beautiful inside, and we had the great opportunity to pretend to be Cheeseheads (since NEITHER of us are!! Let's go Pats!!!) ...of course, my highlight of that portion of the trip was... Whaaat? (tee hee) Well, there was this really cool sign before the bridge over the river...... then, we were off to see the peninsula, with the goal of seeing sunset... stopping FREQUENTLY along the way up the western side of the Lake Michigan peninsula (Sturgeon Bay, Egg Harbor... is that right? and ultimately Fish Creek, where we watched the magnificent sunset) for the sake of photographable scenes. (tee hee)(tee hee... again)

Then, we found a wonderful spot on a pier where we could sit and watch the sunset, but we decided to check the area out... you know, explore in true Dew fashion.You know, I should say here that the landscaping up here has been amazing. You can tell these folks have a true appreciation for their growing season, and they LOVE flowers. What a coincidence, so do I!!! Then, it was sunset time... ... and that's all there was to Day 3.Toodles,


  1. Gosh, Skywatch Friday is SO much better than anything on TV!
    Lovely sunset.

  2. these beautiful shots of the sunset. love the colors it makes.

  3. What beautiful sunset photos. Glad you are having a good time in your travels.

  4. Beautiful! Love the colors!

  5. I’m back …
    Oh no, cried blog world … he’s back!

    But guess what, I’m glad I decided to make a comeback.
    If I didn´t rejoin SWF I would never have the chance to see these great photos!

  6. Gorgeous! Glad you are finding some pretty skies, although I know you *live* for stormy weather! Better luck next time.. LOL!

  7. This very beautiful and the sun seems to have a halo in the second photo. Lovely.
    varying seasons

  8. Dew: What a great SWF, really enjoyed your photos.

  9. Happy Sky watch to you too.
    I got really happy after looking at these nice shots:)
    Petunia's SWF

  10. Thank you for joining in with Sky Watch, even though you are towards the end of the list I hope you enjoy many visits..


    Sounds like you have been busy and enjoying yourself ... well done .. both these are stunner Dew... catch you later.. keep well and keep safe.

  11. Beautiful shots. The colors are great.
    This is my first week with SWF and all I can say is Thanks for Sharing!

  12. These are the most beautiful skies. I am absolutely gobsmacked and sooooooo! envious. Stunning, just stunning.

    I remember now we share a liking for a tree.

  13. Great captures for sky watch!
    Very well done.
    Have a nice weekend.

  14. Thanks to you and others, I get a big lift out of trying to outdo myself and post things that may surprise some and make others laugh a bit and most of all make lots of people aware of things that might not know much about.

    When somebody actually takes the time to write a comment about my work and what I do, that to me is the biggest gift a person can give another. It is a smile on greeting, it is a welcome handshake, and it gives me and my family some hope that the dementia farm is still down the road.

    You, yourself, are an inspiration to me. I come to say, thanks for taking the time to photograph things of interest and great beauty. Without that, blogging would be about as exciting as a wart on the end of my nose.

    And rest assured, when you do visit, I will always try to visit your blog, in return, and leave a comment on your blog. I might not think your photography is ready for the big masterpiece award, but it surely got my attention.


    Abraham Lincoln
    oldmanlincoln in Brookville, Ohio

  15. These are stunning! It is gorgeous!

  16. Your pictures are all gorgeous....well, most of them. This man is a little scary looking. LOL

  17. im glad you enjoyed your time in my neck of the woods

  18. Hi Dew.. thought I'd call back and check out how your sky watch went on.
    I must have missed a lot out or you have added some more great pictures here... apart from the Skies, and the Cheese Heads.. this last picture is a joy to see.... that's got to give you both much pleasure...

    Great Pictures Dew..

  19. Best post and photos I have seen in the last week.

    Great job,

  20. Wow, Dew!! Incredible photos!! I really like the "Tornado Rd." sign. How ultra-cool is that? And you didn't stop to steal that for me? ;-)

    It looks like ya'll had a real blast up there..beautiful countryside.

  21. Rambling round, I have to agree with you. Thanks!

    Janet, Thanks!!!

    Raven, Wonderful time! Thanks so much.

    For the people, Amazing, huh?

    Beth, Thanks. It was awesome. Sorry I missed your call during that time. I was incredibly distracted.

    Quint, WELCOME BACK!!! Glad to have you back. So sweet.

    Pat, It seems that I don't get to have stormy weather. I'll get what I can... lol Thanks.

    Me ann my camera, Pretty sure the halo was just the lens doing its thing. It was VERY LOVELY.

    fishing guy, Thanks!!

    Petunia, Happy SWF!!!

    Rose, Thanks be to God.

    Tom, Very busy enjoying myself that trip. You do the same.

    Shimmy mom, WELCOME!!! Don't you love it?!

    Babooshka, Gobsmacked?! love it! It was amazing, the whole trip. The tree, lol.

    John, Thanks!

    Abraham, Your kind words honor and humble me. So kind to say those things. I agree... I love the smiles on greetings as well, the welcome handshake and the far off dementia farm. lol So glad you appreciate my blog. That is so mutual. What? No big masterpiece award...?! lol

    Carletta, Thanks!!!

    Andrea, Thank you. I will let bf know your thoughts. lol

    Carrie, LOVED it up that way!

    Tom, I did add a whole slew of shots after the initial post, ran out of time the first time around. We have tremendous fun together, Tom. Thanks for stopping back.

    Troy, Wow again. Best? You're too kind.

    Steve, THANKS! We actually turned around to get the Tornado Rd. sign. Bf spotted it. I didn't steal it for... you... ;O) We had a great time. Thanks.

  22. You're giving me camera envy!!! What great shots. I've never been further north than Virginia. I hope I get to go exploring one day up there.

  23. You have to just do it. Make a plan and make it happen. It's as easy as that. Bf and I have plans now to go up to North Carolina at the end of July. I am thrilled. It's a waterfall trip!!! I LOVE waterfalls!


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