Skywatch Friday #8

To understand that the sky is everywhere blue,
we need not go round the world.

— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe —

Not a cloud in the sky, so, I improvised with a white crape myrtle tree.


27 thoughts on “Skywatch Friday #8

  1. A clever idea that served you well with a beautiful end result!
    I love the Goethe quote and yet each week we travel round the world to see what color it was on someone else’s day. 🙂

  2. The crape myrtle blossoms are so pretty and bright against the sky. It’s a lovely photo, and the quote goes along with it nicely.

    (in reference to your comment on my blog, I live on the NC side of the Smokies, but am very familiar with Gatlinburg. 🙂

  3. Fabulous! My sky is going to be like that soon (today is actually day 2 of no clouds in the afternoon), so I’ll be doing the same, or digging from the archives.

    When I saw this I thought it was a Spring photo. I’m not sure I’ve seen white Crepe Myrtle. It’s beautiful!

  4. We’ve not been blessed with the cludless skies lately, though today was pretty blue. A variety of skies is a gift, though, wouldn’t you say? Otherwise everyone’s skywatch photos would be just alike.

  5. In modern times like these with virtual travelling via, Goethe is more right than he could have imagined in his wildest dreams!
    Therefore we call him a classic poet – his words are valid for eternity 🙂

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