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What a great shot! Perfect against the sky and it looks warm! Have a great weekend!
Like the angularity in this shot.
Great shot. Well composed.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Great photo, love the composition, thanks for sharing.
got the feeling ... lovely capture. your cemetary there looks so dry and forlorn...ours are bursting with green grass and beautiful trees.have a fab friday.
Those are such great clouds. Really cool photo!
What a unique shot....I love it. Where are the rest of the trees? lolHave a great weekendGuyRegina In Pictures
Love the graveyard, I was just out today and found a really old graveyard and took some pictures. Mine was a little greener, on a hill, and full of trees! That is sure flat country but every where has its own beauty and that is a wonderful tree out there in the middle of no where. Great shot, thanks for sharing.
thanks for sharing this wonderful scene with us!a very tranquil place.........happy skywatching!
Love the perspective and composition.Seems to go on forever.
I clicked on the picture and it's awesome! I'm amazed at how flat Oklahoma is, is it? If you had one of our dust storms, it would grow into a tornado real quick! The lighting is beautiful, but the graveyard looks so lonely in the midst of nothingness. Is it surrounded by fields?
I love the wide open views of Western OK and the Texas Panhandle. Great photo.
Beautiful sky shot. Love the composition Happy Skywatch Friday!
Beautiful picture. And well done for being brave enough to drop the UK for the States :)
What a perfect shot ... exactly as I would have imagined it to look!
This is an amazing shot....how cool but strange to have those gravestones right in the middle of what almost looks like desert to me! You can tell I don't know your part of the US very well! I have so much to see here.....Mine's up too! happy fridayBella:)in NY
wow..it took me a minute to ponder that picture. It invoked thought...its pretty profound...thanks for sharing.
That's great! I have seen angel spelled as angle so many times. It's especially noticeable to me, having been a high school geometry teacher for many years. I saw words on a slide one time for a sing-along: "Hark, the herald angles sing."
The composition of the photo is fantastic, too! I love the angle of the tree echoing the angle of the clouds.
My goodness, you can see forever. It is places like that where I get terribly directionally challenged. Apparently, I need a mountain reference point. You can sure tell which way the wind blows.
What a lovely sky shot you captured here, wonderful composition. And the title fits it well too1 I love it. :)
Love this picture. It reminds me of home...um, except for the cemetery part.
OK... this is very impressive. I've looked and looked at the skies here and haven't seen anything I want to post yet. You, on the other hand keep coming up with these amazing photos.
A perfect and unusual shot. I like it!
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