Friday, February 27, 2009

Looking at the Sky on Friday


WooHooo! It's Friday! Not only is it the end of the work week for most people (not me, I've still got to work, but that's beside the point), it's also time for the fun and wonderful meme where we spend our time Looking at the Sky on Friday! (Click on the badge to join on the fun!)

I really don't have a whole lot to say. I just heard you say 'There's a first for everything.' - I heard that! Anyway, I don't have a whole lot to say right now, because I talked and whined myself out over on my Looking at the Sky post on Misty's Words. I'm still bummin' and feeling rather pouty. So, if you know about cameras, and you want to help a whiny girl out, then please, by all means, look at my post on Misty's Words and tell me what I'm doing wrong with my camera! Oh... and... thanks in advance.

Besides, I imagine when I get to work and open my blog, I will discover that this photo is much darker than I thought, and I'll get frustrated all over again. *sigh* The good news? It's Friday!

(c) Misty DawnS

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Don't forget to gather up your critter photos and join Camera-Critters this weekend!!!

21 comments:

Skittles

Just stopping by to say HI!!! Dark or not, this is a beautiful picture.

Tricia

It's very dramatic and stunning. Have a great Friday and a peaceful weekend.

Misty Dawn

Thanks Barb & Tricia, but I was right... I got to work, opened my blog and saw this extremely dark photo which made my heart sink...

Jeni

I think maybe I might be the only blogger around who, if I said I have run out of things to say, it might get a bigger response of disbelief than your saying that. Me thinks you and I re cut from pretty much the same bolt of fabric in that department -long-winded! LOL
But aside from that, nothing wrong in my opinion with the pics you have posted. Both very beautiful, strikingly so, as a matter of fact.
Peace, Sunshine!

Mo

What a great shot; kind of surreal.

Thanks for sharin', and have a great weekend!

Mo

What a great shot; kind of surreal.

Thanks for sharin', and have a great weekend!

Your EG Tour Guide

Exquisite!

Looking @ The Sky on Friday

I wish you wouldn't get so frustrated with your skies. This, my dear is an amazing sunset shot!!! I ♥ it.

Thank you for playing along.
-Tisha

Lilli & Nevada

Well i say this is perfect so i wouldn't fret over it. I wish i had this kind of sky to look at.

Dianne

it's stunning and dramatic!

Stacey

Yeah it may be dark, but it's a GOOD dark, I love love love it.

I think I have a camera critter in me this weekend, wooohooooo... xoxo

PS Mist, you make me smile, thank you for your encouragement.

Stacey

Yeah it may be dark, but it's a GOOD dark, I love love love it.

I think I have a camera critter in me this weekend, wooohooooo... xoxo

PS Mist, you make me smile, thank you for your encouragement.

Tammy

That's go gorgeous girl! WOW!

Linda

I think that the 'dark' definitely adds some drama to the shot and I think it looks absolutely perfect!

I left a rather long comment on your other Sky post but I'm not sure if it went or not - I'll keep my fingers crossed that it did!

Anna

It looks great on my screen! I love that extra glow from the sun.

Yira

Misty, another awesome sun set! Nice Job!

Tina

it looks ok to me mate ;) in fact its stunning.

sometimes ill look at my blog on my brothers computer and its a completely different shade of colour to how i see it on mine!

Sue

I'm no expert so I can't help. Looks beautiful to me. Have a great weekend. ♥

Tink *~*~*

It's not dark; it's got an aura of mystery ;)

Tink *~*~*
Now Playing at My Mobile Adventures *~*~* : Sanibel Island, pre-Charlie

Willard

Beautiful shot. I read your post about the camera problems on the other blog and will try to share some info when I have more time.

The explanation for the picture being darker on the monitor at work is that the two monitors are not adjusted the same. It has nothing to do with the quality of your photograph. This is why that monitors must be calibrated for serious professional use.

Calibration insures that what you see is what you get when you print the photograph or display it on another calibrated monitor.

If you don't want to go into that much detail, and are happy with how your photos look on the monitor at home, I would adjust the monitor at work so that it is brighter. I do like heavily saturated sunsets and yours looks perfect on the two monitors I have looked at it one.

Sacred Ruminations

Wow ... what a WONDERFUL sunset! It looks perfect on my Dell Inspiron ... seriously ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

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