Friday, February 17, 2012

First Skywatch Friday of Tanzanian Skies

We left Keirio Valley, technically in the Northern Hemisphere, in mid-winter. (Not that it was cold, not at all, merely drier than summer) We arrived in Tanzania, Southern Hemisphere in mid-summe, also quite dry but expecting rain sometime soon.

 The summer sky as seen through the huge trees in my garden in Mwadui, Tanzania

The same sky seen from over the road outside our gates. A woolly collection of clouds promised rain

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  1. Beautiful pictures for Skywatch, Jo.... What a beautiful place. Of course, everywhere you go is beautiful.

  2. Wow, you do have some big trees. Is that a baobob in the lower left?

    You must be pretty darn close to the equator again.

  3. Oh, and beautiful skies they are, Jo! Terrific captures for the day and a great look at your lovely new home! Have a great weekend, give the cats a pat for me!


  4. Nice blue skies ! Here it's all grey and foggy ! I see on your clock that now you are 2 h ahead of Belgian time !

  5. Hi JO, I love the big trees and the beautiful skies. I hope you see lots of great birds in your trees. Have a great weekend and Happy skywatching!

  6. Beautiful skies.

    Regards and best wishes

  7. The sky looks sparkling-ly clear and clean!

  8. Hi Jo! That's a really nice Baobab tree. Love the skywatch pictures you post through the different trees.

  9. Wonderful Skywatch pictures, Jo. A beautiful sky in Tanzania, for sure.
    Luv, K


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