Friday, December 07, 2007

SKY WATCH FRIDAY AT MAMA'S






Danny took these pictures one morning while I was at work. He never did find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Who needs a pot of gold anyway.....I'm blessed beyond any pot of gold's measure! Well I have to work the next 3 days in a row at the hospital.....hope yall all have a good weekend!!

27 comments:

RuneE said...

Never mind the pot of gold - such pictures (including those who snap them) are worth a whole lot more.

Thank you for you own nice comment!

mrsnesbitt said...

Somewhere.over the rainbow........
oh another song coming on! What a wonderful Friday I am having and I haven't left the study yet! LOL!

Paulie said...

Quite stunning! I love rainbow photos. Come see mine. . . it's just an airplane. lol

Marie said...

Beautiful photos of the rainbow!

A lot of nice photos on your blog! I love the little babygirl, she is beautiful!

Sister--Three said...

I like the rainbow.

evlahos said...

wonderful captures and the rainbow is excellent.

Vaggelis

dot said...

Danny is worth keeping just for his cooking skills! And now I see that he takes good pictures also.!

Andrea said...

Beautiful rainbow capture. There is just something about a rainbow that always excites me. And nope, never found that pot of gold either.

Kerri said...

Beautiful rainbow shots!

Dick said...

Nice photos. I wouldn't mind to find that pot of gold but you are right who needs it, I don't.

Sandy Carlson said...

What great photos. They are a pot of gold all by themselves!

lissa said...

great capture. rainbows are my favorite sky watch to shoot.

sky watch

Lilli & Nevada said...

Love the rainbow and the sky colors are so beautiful

Lille meg said...

Hi ! I found yor blog through another blog.
So many beautiful pictures!
I like your blog.

Greetings from Norway.

Mrs. Salty said...

What a beautiful shot of the rainbow and clouds. I like what you said about being blessed beyond any pot of gold’s measure.

That’s how I feel about Salty and me!

Misty Dawn said...

Cool rainbow! Beautiful photos!

Jen said...

Wow....how pretty. I hope you dont work to hard.

Ida said...

I don`t need the pot of gold.
I got happy by looking at your beautiful photos. :)

Willard said...

Tell Danny that he takes good pictures too.

Thanks for your comment on my blog. I don't have too much faith in government doing the right thing, but who knows?

I'm not to good at verbally presenting an argument in a formal setting, but then that is one of the reasons why I am making the video.

I do know how to make a professional quality video and present an idea in that manner. Perhaps it would be a good idea to be sure that copies got in the hands of the proper government officials.

Thanks again for your input!

Kelli said...

I just love rainbows, Tina! These are beautiful pictures!!!

Hugs,
Kelli
P.s. A fireplace in the bedroom would be wonderful!

oldmanlincoln said...

You must be a nurse? Nobody else works at the hospital three days in a row -- or do they? I love nurses. One of my cousins in a nurse, but burned out and transferred to emergency room for more excitement. I guess she found it.

I had a descending aortic aneurysm and surgery for it that also included putting some of the Dacron tube down into my right leg.

That tube is something else as you know and getting to the aorta is something else and the pain in recovery is too. Ouch big time. That was back in 1996. Mine went from the breast bone on down.

Now, getting to the woodpeckers. I love Pileasted Woodpeckers but here they are scarce. I have seen one since 1962 and almost went nuts trying to get a good photo of it. I did get one great one and the rest are only so so. You are so lucky.

I assume they must be eating the pecans? Or what do they eat down there? They will eat suet here but not always. I have suet cakes on the sides of the oak tree, held there by bungee cords so they can perch on the tree and still eat, but so far none have found it.

The one I did photograph landed on the other side of the street and pulled something (grubs?) out of a rotten snag. That's what it appeared to be to me.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

oldmanlincoln said...

Your story you left on my blog about why you have mixed feelings about being a pecan farmer when you grow up brought a lot of smiles. Thanks for that. I do understand the harm these birds could do and do, do but we still like them.

Yes, my cousin, who I had not seen since she was about 4 or 5 years old, is a registered nurse and at the time of my aneurysm I had no idea where she lived. The third shift came on duty and I heard this voice asking if I was the Abraham Lincoln whose mother was named, Vivia?

Since I had Demerol hooked into my spine I was often hallucinating, so suspected this was the case as I turned my head and saw this woman who looked exactly like my deceased mother. So I said, "Yes."

She came up to the bed and introduced herself as my cousin, or my mom's sister's daughter (1 of 5) so it was a relief and we have been friends ever since.

dot said...

Wow, that's the longest comment I've ever seen ABe leave!

Sandy Carlson said...

I know I commented on these last week. Just now I'm taking in the way the clouds seem to be drifting past the rainbow. They really are beautiful.

Lilli & Nevada said...

I too love rainbow photos, I like what Runee said .
Your little girl is a sweety too.

Sharon said...

All I can say is WOW!

Nabeel said...

aww that's a cool rainbow .. i've seen a rainbow twice only .. but still haven't photographer one.