Friday, December 5, 2008

Sky-Watch Friday: Baguio sunset


sunset at Diplomat Hill, Baguio City
taken by my friend Edong up in Baguio



Let me, O let me bathe my soul in colors, let me swallow the sunset and drink the rainbow.

~ Kahlil Gibran


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15 comments:

Inkivääri said...

What colours! Mine was also sunset...:)

mirage2g said...

Huwwwaaaw! What a dramatic golden sky! kita ko pa yung part ng araw, galing!

mirage2g said...

(I saw your comment when I logged back to blogger and after I commented so I'm back lol) - The sun photo was in autumn...it was gone at 10am :D Hope you enjoy the weekend...cute naman ni Fritz nasa tabi ng comment box, kitang kita ko tuloy!

babooshka said...

These are astonishing. The sky looks on fire.

Suzanne said...

That truly is a fantastic photo and the depth of the colours is beautiful.
Happy SWF and thanks for sharing.

Mo said...

Very spectacular

Glendon M. said...

very dramatic

The Good Life in Virginia said...

what a gorgeous shot...thanks for sharing it with all of us :)

Quiet Paths said...

That is an amazing sunset; indeed the sky is ablaze! Well done.

Patricia said...

I love the sunset! your photo is just beautiful!
Happy SWF!!

Gretchen said...

Absolutely stunning!

ces said...

wow that is such a dramatic sky!

bernadette said...

Let me, O let me bathe my soul in colors, let me swallow the sunset and drink the rainbow.

Kahlil Gibran was and still is the only poet who i can connect with! My book "The prophet" was gula-gulanit na when I was in highschool! I would be in tears just reading his poetry. My close friend even had it memorized..and I was in deep awe of her! Your photo profoundly reflects the thoughts, Luna!

luna miranda said...

thank you, gizelle! winter sunrise pala yon...it looked like a sun in the desert. heto nasa tabi ko ang cute...will guve him a hug for you. (heehee)

luna miranda said...

Kahlil Gibran fan ka rin pala! My copy of "The Prophet" has been passed on to my sister, and my friends. I even used some of the poetry for my bestfriend's wedding invitation.

I'm glad you like the photo, Bernadette. Thanks for visiting.