Friday, August 7, 2009

Sky Watch Friday - Dusted!

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10 comments:

Evita said...

Wow I guess those are pesticides being sprayed on the crops that you caught a pic of.

It is amazing as how our world turns some are trying to clean up the skies as others are doing the opposite. But that is the cycle of life I guess, as we have all been given free will to act as we please.

Thanks for giving me a moment of reflection with this photo today - I think it sends a very important visual message out there!

LV said...

Those crop duster planes always make me nervous. They tend to get too close to the ground. You captured them in some very good shots.

JOE TODD said...

Those are great pictures. Were just at the right place at the right time? Thanks for stopping by my blog Joe Todd

storyteller said...

Nifty shots of this crop duster. These always make ME a bit nervous but it was fun seeing YOUR sky views for sure. Thanks for visiting my Sky Mosaics and experimentation at Sacred Ruminations. Methinks I got carried away but also shared 13 Sky Mosaics at Happily Retired Gal. Perhaps that's how the day got away from me? I'm trying to catch up this morning ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Debbie @Like a Rose said...

I was a bit nervous myself. I heard the plane so I drove down the road about a quarter mile to see if I could catch it. It took several tries before actually getting the plane in the photo! The one time he swoooshed over me and was close enough the truck shook! Yikes. I forgot to click that shot-too busy holding my breath!

Carol said...

Cool shots....this is something I've not seen...I wonder what he is dusting with...they are great captures

Tone said...

Nice! I just love the first one!
Have a nice weekend!

Jenny wren's nest said...

we haven't had enough rain to make a difference, our corn is very thirsty.
the crop dusting pics are great.

foto CHIP *Birgitta* said...

Is maize - hope the pesticides dissapeare when time for eating :)
Like your photos though :)
Thanks for visiting!

Momisodes said...

Wow! I have never seen one of these in person. I'm sure it's an incredible sight.
Great shots!