Friday, December 26, 2008

SkyWatch Friday #24

Since our skies for the past few days have been a dull, featureless gray, I've been thinking a lot of bluer skies from earlier in the year. These shots were taken of and from the suspension bridge over the Brazos River in Waco, Texas, while we were there for Baylor Homecoming a couple of months ago.

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11 comments:

Steffi said...

Great photos!Happy SWF and Merry Christmas!

Robin said...

Gorgeous blue skies! :)

crazy working mom said...

I've never seen this bridge before, but It looks like a phenomenal structure. :D Great shots.
I'm looking at the skies here. Happy Friday!

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Mmmmmmm! Interesting and good looking bridge. Nice shots!

Wishing you a Happy New Year!

Powell River Books said...

We had beautiful blue skies yesterday, but most of the rest has been cloudy and gray. Today it is back to snow. I invite you to come see my Coastal BC snow warning. -- Margy

Rottlady of the Ozarks said...

The blue in your shots is exceptional! We had gray skies for too many days around here also. Finally this week they opened up. Lovely shots!

Arija said...

A truly beautiful bridge and nice blue skies. Glad you posted them.

Wren said...

I've not been to that part of Texas. Very interesting bridge, and your photos make the most of it.

Happy skywatch!

Susan Gets Native said...

If the sky gets any bluer, someone with just have to slap me.
: )

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Kyle said...

All- Thanks for the nice comments and for visiting. The skies here in Houston finally cleared up for a day or two, but they're starting to cloud over again. Just in time to rain on tonight's fireworks, most likely.

As for the suspension bridge, it is a marvelous structure. Complete with a troll that lives under it, according to local legend. ;-)


Susan- I wouldn't dare... you might sick Lucy on me!

Lusia- Um, sorry, but no. I do appreciate the visit, but I've seen the exact same comment posted on a dozen other sites, and just as off topic as here. I'm not a big fan of spammers.