Sky Watch #1

I have seen sky watch before on a few blogs and thought about joining it so as I was going through my pictures. I found I have quite a few shots of the sky so I decided to join the club.

This is a picture of my husbands kite it was getting ready to rain and the wind was strong enough to lift his kite. His kite is fairly large so it takes a good breeze to get it going.


Kimmie said...

Hi Lapa37!

Welcome to SWF! Your photo is great! I love to see kites flying in the sky. Nice job for your first week! Thanks for stopping by my blog, that was nice of you.

BTW...your blog is adorable!


Sparverius said...

Today is my first day to SWF also. Those clouds look a bit ominous. How fun!

Mayet said...

hi! hope that the kite is ok ;)
thanks for dropping by!

Greyscale Territory said...

It's always fun to watch a kite flying! This looks great against the stormy sky!

Anonymous said...

What a great kite! Very nice photo and a good choice for your first SWF entry.

fishing guy said...

Lapa: Thanks for coming to SWF, the kite is a great one for your #1offering. This is a fun group and you will enjoy it.

Lilli & Nevada said...

What a great shot of the kite Love the blog home page. Welcome to sky watch

LauraHinNJ said...

Cool kite! I haven't done that in years.

Luiz Ramos said...

Great kite shot. I like kites.

Petunia said...

Kiting is fun! Not only for the kids;)


Kelly said...

Great SWF photo! Well done!!


A different sky, but interesting!
Sky is alawys nice!

If you have time, look it and join:

If you love flowers, do it!
Have a nice weekend.

Sa ntilli

rhoen said...

whew! kite-flying! This shot brings me back to my childhood! Great capture!

Tina said...

I was saying to Tammy there is nothing ever interesting in my sky apart from the odd aeroplane lol!

Dragonstar said...

Kites must be so much fun!

Tina Coruth said...

Hello Lapa!

Your skywatch photo is wonderful! I love the sense of fun it conveys.

Thank you for your kind comments about my dragonfly skywatch and about my name. :-)

I'll be looking for your next skywatch!