Friday, 27 June 2008

Sky Watch - Reflective Mood

The sky over my little portion of Great Britain has been full of grey these past few days and so I've reverted to doing what I do best when the weather is inclement - cooking!
Here my cooking utensils are reflected in the glass trivet - along with a piece of that grey sky!
For more Sky Watchers visit Tom at Wiggers World.

37 comments:

Luke said...

very nice! love the reflection!

Snap Catch said...

Great SWF entry! Happy weekend! Mine's up too hope you can drop by.

JesuLalaine said...

this is so creative of you!. When I saw the photo..the first question that came to my mind was..'where's the sky?' at here it is reflected from the glass trivet! Happy Weekend!

A Woman Who is: said...

It seems we were both in a reflective mode. Nice!

Greyscale Territory said...

This is certainly a creative response! Great!

Angie said...

Hi,
A very interesting po, great SW contribution.

Lara said...

an unusual but great sky watch! never mentioning that HOT is our weather here for a week already... Happy Friday!

RuneE said...

A very different reflection - nice perspective!

Shoshana said...

Gary, this is a unique picture! I love pictures like this. Gives me idea.

SandyCarlson said...

Great observation, Gary! Perhaps the atmosphere will take a hint from your trivet and dissolve those clouds! Meanwhile, though, you got a great photo.

babooshka said...

Clever catch. Well spotted and vey creative.

Sandpiper (Lin) said...

What a creative picture this is! Great idea to catch the reflections of your cooking tools.

quinttarantino said...

I'm back ...
Oh no, cried blog world ... he's back!

But guess what, I'm glad I decided to make a comeback.
If I didn´t rejoin SWF I would never have the chance to see this great photo!

It's fantastic.

Indrani said...

When skies are grey for days, creativity helps. Great capture of the grey sky. :)

Regards from India.

'JoAnn's-D-Eyes'NL said...

Hello Gary,
A very cute way to see the 'sky' I like this creative way welldone!


JoAnn /Holland ,is joining SWF
Happy SWF & Weekend!

Suzi-k said...

very creative skywatch, on more than 1 level! (hope the food you created was great too!)

nina said...

Neat reflection. (I've got one, too!)
Great minds.....

Nina at Nature Remains

Mental P Mama said...

Creative catch! Hope you're feeling better these days...

AphotoAday said...

Very creative.   And yes, I know what you mean about gray skies -- here in California we have dense smoke in the air from a rash of wildfires and I'm really missing seeing that blue sky...

Luiz Ramos said...

Criative sky shot. Good.

Jo, a retired teacher said...

Interesting idea. SWF seems to make connections with people everywhere.

bobbie said...

What a clever capture!

John said...

Great capture and nice reflection, Gary!

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hot Hot Hot.... picture ha!

Just to let you know I have visited and seen your post. I thank you for joining in this week and being part of the Sky Watch community.
Tom :O)

Carletta said...

Aren't you the clever one!
I enjoyed this little slice of a different sky.

Thanks for visiting mine today.
Have a wonderful weekend.

bly guy said...

Good up-side-down SWF capture! We've had pretty gray skies here as well lately. Pooh!

TSannie said...

Neat take on an uncooperative SWF day!

Petunia said...

Nice idea and a great shot:)

Petunia's SWF

CherryPie said...

That is a great take on the theme :-) I love how you have got the glass so shiny!

Marie said...

Great SWF entry!

Dave Coulter said...

What a unique shot. Very cool!

For The People said...

Great Idea!! SWf

Jim said...

Very creative and interesting, Gary.

You left a word on my SWF: gobsmacked! What a wonderful word that I could enjoy using (now, I've got to go look it up).

Dancin' Fool said...

What a very inventive shot, I really like that. I hope you get some blue skies soon!

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Love it! Very creative photo!

Tash said...

What a clever sky shot! Really enjoyable.

Max-e said...

Hi Gary, that is a very novel SWF