Friday, October 3, 2008

Sky Watch Friday: clouds above the lake


Gray clouds over Lake Balinsasayao
Sibulan, Negros Oriental

Truths are first clouds; then rain, then harvest and food.
- Henry Ward Beecher
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25 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

That is a gorgeous photo. The sky is very rich, and I imagine the water is very deep!

Greyscale Territory said...

Lovely rolls of cloud over a serene landscape!

Harry Makertia said...

What a reflection! Beautiful.

Mike said...

Beautiful peaceful shot.
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MigsCFLer said...

Very peaceful pic, as well your header pic is outstanding. Thanks for sharing

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Patricia said...

I loved the reflection!
Nice shot!
Congratulations,

Tink *~*~* said...

Lovely reflections shot - as above, so below. Happy SWF!

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earthlingorgeous said...

Hi Moon! Nice to meet you! wow we are neighbors maybe we should have a coffee one day :) Lovely collections of photos from your trips in here :)

Tootie said...

I have looked through a lot of your photos and that is some of the prettiest scenery I have seen. These clouds look like they are sneaking up from behind to cover the mountains.

afanja said...

It's a wonderful picture with all kinds of grey in the clouds and green in the woods, and I love the reflection.

Denise said...

Beautiful photo, incredible scenery.

babooshka said...

Wll of course 'm going to love this, it's like looking at one of my own reflection shots. It's so serene.

Photo Cache said...

this is one beautiful vista.

mirage2g said...

Luna, the lake looks so calm...so green pa! Ganda, dami mong napapasyalan na super ganda, sama naman ako! :D

dulce said...

Beautiful reflection!

nutart said...

wow! Luna, whenever I see those clouds over the mountains, I often think, "I hope dear hubby has his poncho close at hand, and the dogs find good shelter!"

the donG said...

i am just few kilometers away from there but i think cant go there.

Ces said...

Oh wow! This is the first time I have visited a blog from Negros Oriental. I grew up in Negros Occidental. I always heard that Oriental is beautiful and you have proven it.

Arija said...

Grey clouds hve a charm of their own and ive depth to their reflections.

luna miranda said...

hey ces! magka-tribu pala tayo.:D negros oriental has a lot to offer, especially in ecotourism. dumaguete is close to great dive sites (apo island, sumilon island & siquijor), beautiful beaches, caves, mountains, waterfalls, lakes, hot springs. sana nga makakabisita ka.

luna miranda said...

hi, dong! if you're still in bacolod, mag-long drive ka na to dumaguete.:D sayang ang pagkakataon.

luna miranda said...

hi, bernadette! for somebody who loves his frequent trek to the mountains,i'm sure your hubby is always ready for any emergency. and with two dogs as bodyguards, he'll find his way home kahit pa bumabagyo.:D

luna miranda said...

hello, gizelle! i wish i could travel around the islands every weekend. sana tuloy-tuloy lang ang promo ng airlines para medyo tipid sa airfare.:D

Webradio said...

Hello Miranda !
Nice "reflet" in the water... Great shot !
See You later.

Lawstude said...

another visual treat from your corner of the world. thank you for sharing. really appreciate how amazing your work is. have a nice day.