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Thursday, May 1, 2014

Steaming skywatch


Icelandic skies can be full of surprises,
but sometimes they don't last long.

Watch for it...it's coming...


It's coming soon...


Here it is!


And away it goes...

Photos by Kay Davies and Richard Schear, 2014






















Posted for Skywatch Friday

16 comments:

HansHB said...

A great SWF post!
Lovely colors! Well done!

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Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Iceland is a wonder-filled country! Glad you got to enjoy its seas and skies!

Crystal Blue Sky

Laura said...

Wow!!!

Jocee said...

Great shots :)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Wow! Amazing. Kay, I've lost track of you somehow. Happy to see your thumbnail on SWF. Happy to know you've been traveling to wonderful places. Stunning pictures.

Mara said...

In the Netherlands, the hot water boilers used in kitchens are named after those 'geysers'. Although they don't spurt hot water. Unless they are faulty!

Kay said...

Ahhhh...like Old Faithful, is it?

Spare Parts and Pics said...

A little like Old Faithful, right? Cool shots.

Gattina said...

Must be wonderful to watch !
I am off to France on Monday together with my friend AND Charlie !

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

It's amazing, isn't it?!
(ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario !
Luv,
Jenn

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Sky high!!! YAM xx

A View From A Brown Dog said...

Wow kind of like what we have in Yellowstone? Awesome!

Joyful said...

Love the blue skies!

Friko said...

handsome geezer (pun intended).

lisaricardclaro.com said...

Wow! I'm so envious of all your travel. I'm sure you sometimes yearn for your own bed and to stay home, but oh my gosh, the things you've been lucky enough to see!

Powell River Books said...

Just like Old Faithful in Yellowstone. I took a solo trip there in 1998 (just left a nasty job and took two weeks off before starting another, but good, one). I stayed in the historic lodge and could see the geyser from my window. Neat. - Margy