Friday, October 16, 2009

Skywatch Friday: Provincetown Magic

This shot was taken this week on the last evening three new friends got together in Provincetown. The magic feeling of the sky gives the slightest hint of how special the week was. For those of you who were missing, this is for you.

For other lovely skies around the globe, please visit Skywatch Friday!

And remember to look up so you can feel the magic ;)


  1. Such a gorgeous photo ~ it really does have a magical feeling ♥

  2. Stunning photo, Laurel!! The colours are wonderful!

  3. What a beautiful photo....glad you all had a wonderful evening. Loved your monarch butterfly collage! Hope you will have a really great day and weekend!!! :)

  4. Beautiful raven sister.

    I live for your interpretations and I even have the pictures in front of me while I read what you write.

    I am glad that you have a new place. Get rid of that crazy and only good things from now on.

    I need the new address please.

    Love Renee xoxo

  5. It IS perfect for your week of fun and friendship!

  6. Gorgeous sky! So many shades of blue, and just the last hints of colour near the horizon!

  7. Not only did I miss this sky I missed meeting you.......
    But we will meet one day.
    I have to fly one more time and then I have amy winter holiday.
    How is your moving? All done? I can't wait to see your new place!
    Want to see and hear all about it.


  8. Oh my goodness, that's an absolutely GORGEOUS shot. I so wish I could have seen it in person. AMAZING!

  9. The light in the cabin draws you into the scene. Makes me wish I was there enjoying the beauty of the season and frindships.

  10. glorious image so glad you all had fun.

  11. yes,,,new address please,

    I have a memory of that beach scene - boy - I must have been drunk!

  12. I was there and it looked like this

    I was there and it was magic

  13. I was there too, and almost fell off the pier because I thought I had captured a spectre of film. It was only after I ran over an announced it that someone shared with me that those were posters on the walls, not ghosts.

    It's OK, for a moment I believed!