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Beautiful! I can't believe I'm the first commenter. That's really gorgeous.
I double clicked and all I can say is "WOW"
FANTASTIC! What incredible colors! And Rob is right, spectacular twofor!Have a great weekend!Sylvia
Fantastic. Great shots.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Oh, I KNEW I would not be disappointed coming here for an Okie Skywatch! Lovely!!
Dittoes to what Peggy said, "WOW!"I put a link to your blog on my post today, Aug. 13th, but I couldn't find your post that I was referring to, the one giving a sweet tribute to your husband.
Beautiful view of the sky, amazing colours you have on show this week. Thanks for sharing with Sky Watch Friday.
Wow! What a wild looking sky! - Cathy
Peggy took the word right out of my mouth WOW! You really got some great shots. Just beautiful!
Great color! I love those.
Wow, what a fantastic sky. It appears to be falling.
Wow!! (Hope they're not full of sand...beats Cassiobury Park sunsets:)
Wonderful mammatus clouds for the evening. You must get your share of those out there. Enjoy the stormy season.
Holey Moley, Oklahoma really does have the most incredible skies. That's just amazing.
Sarah, what amazing photos! I love the coloring!! Absolutely gorgeous!
Lovely sunsets...good job, Sarah!Sandi
Sarah, check out this link http://www.cloudappreciationsociety.co.uk I'm convinced that some of the cloud formations that you've captured are the ones that this society are trying to have classified as 'new' clouds.
Gorgeous photos. I love the color. Excellent photos.
Just to confirm, no adjustment was made to the colours on these, as you can see from the bit of sky.
Flamming 'eck those are bostin images. Looks like you chucked paint of metallic paint in the sky.
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