The beginning of a magical day.
Beautiful shot! Spring's taking its time arriving there in Paradise this year isn't it?
Simply Awesome! love the silhoute against the golden skyMy Entry - Silver Lining
Gorgeous golden sky and love the dark plants silhouetted there! Terrific capture, Bill! Hope you get a break from the snow soon!!! Enjoy your weekend!Sylvia
That is a very pretty golden sight of the wild rose. Thank goodness, the weather has improved here. Trust you will have nicer days soon.
A beautiful shot. Brilliant.Sydney – City and Suburbs
That's a beautiful silhouette, and a lovely golden sky. Here's hoping you get some nice spring weather!
Stunning shot along with your beautiful header shot. Thank you for sharing.Smiles
Oh --the skies in Idaho are just beautiful... I'd be taking sunrise and sunset pictures every single day!!!!Thanks for sharing.Betsy
That gorgeous golden sky should be a harborer of spring, when it can still snow in ID. Awesome!
What a beautiful burning sky! Fabulous shot!
Such golden glow. Awesome sky watch.Enjoy the weekend.
I'm an admirer of your Skywatch shots, and this one is another beauty!
Splendid sky of gold, and I see we both did silhouettes today! Great to hear that you will be in Selma!
What a stunning photo. I love it.
Fingers crossed we've seen the last of our snow, but then you get the bonus of fiery sunsets, nice job with the composition!... thanks for sharing!...:)
Beautiful shot! This seems to be the season of extreme weather.
Great shot gives one a warm glow inside.
You've got gorgeous pictures on your blog. I'm a teacher too, we need some sort of hobby to destress, huh!
Bill, Kudos on a super, super shot. I love the silhouetted plants against that intense golden sky.-Kim
Bill: Beautifully captured through the weeds.
It could almost be the Biblical burning bush, what an awesome image Bill~
I agree with all the above!! Love looking at all your photos. Thanks for your visit (yes, they were Swallows).
Beautiful golden sky with the great silhouet.thanks for visiting my blog. Those kind of clouds are called 'Anvil clouds'. MB
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