Sky Watch #19

I can't believe that today is my 19th entry to Skywatch, seems like yesterday. I have enjoyed the camaraderie of fellow sky watchers and lovers every week. I marvel at the beautiful skies they feature week after week. And today, i can't wait to bloghop and enjoy all of their photos.

Come and join us at Skywatch. You'll be plenty pleased.

My entry for this week is another from the oldies. Here is a lonely but scenic road in BC near the Alaskan border. I want to go back and see this again.

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  1. I would want to go back too! Beautiful! What a breathtaking place! I too hit my archive of shots today. I sure would love to have another photo op...

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  2. I haven't counted mine, let's see...

    Surely there is never two same photos of the sky! One look at this, and I thought, Alaska! Was right indeed. Happy skywatch!

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  3. wow! simply beautiful. i can drive there back and then return and back.

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  4. This is so beautiful.

    You must have started SWF about when I did. I haven't kept track of numbers, but I've been blogging about 20 weeks, and I've missed one SWF, I think.

    It's just part of life now, isn't it!

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  5. Time flies doesn't it. A good photo for sky watch the scenery is beautiful.

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  6. Beautiful designed with the road coming from the left to the center and the brown plane in the front. Good scenerie with the clouds covering the vallay.
    Hallo from Germany
    Hartmut

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  7. The oldies is good enough for me. Cool shot with a great depth. Happy SWF to you :-)

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  8. That's beautiful! I wish I went to Alaska when I visited Canada a few years ago! Thanks for the well wishes about my citizenship. But you gotta tell me your name. Can't keep calling you Photo Cache :D

    Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comments.

    joy
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  9. I love these impressive lonely mountains. The atmosphere in mountainous areas is very overwhelming. This photo is perfect.

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  10. Wow!! This is indeed worth a thousand words. Thanks for sharing.

    I just published mine at:
    http://indicainq8.wordpress.com

    - celine

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  11. Great photo!! Thanks for sharing it with us.
    Congrats on your 19th SWF post. I think this is my 14th!!
    Take care

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  12. Man, that is so inviting I wish I could grow some wings and just fly right into it! Gorgeous!!

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  13. What a wonderful skywatch shot. I'd love to see that in person some time.

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  14. this is awesome!!!

    where is this? i want to go here!!!

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  15. Thats a really beautifull shot. Love the scenery. Happy SWF

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  16. You know the saying? Time flies when your having fun! ;-)

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  17. I would love to just stand where you were and absorb the view.
    Bet I would get very cold. But it would be worth it to see this view.
    Thank you for sharing it with us. Have a good week.

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  18. I can see why you would like to go back. I wouldn't mind going for the first time. :-) This is beautiful!

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  19. This was immencely great! You nearly stop breathing!
    A treasure to go back to when you want to! (I mean the photo.)
    Happy week-end!

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  20. A superb photo.Keep up the good work!

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  21. I would like to see that too - FAB.

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  22. When I looked at the photo I immediately thought of Alaska. I drove from Anchorage to Fairbanks many years ago. Very bleak much of the way, just like this. Long open road.

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  23. Very impressive and a bit eerie too.

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  24. Familiar territory - I would love to go back again!

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  25. Wow, amazingly beautiful. No wonder you can't have enough of it.
    I'd love to visit the place too.

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  26. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! These are amazing.

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  27. PC: What a neat view of the countryside and the sky.

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  28. Wow, the road and the sky seem to go on for ever!!
    What a big and beautiful country.

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  29. I just started Sky Watching a few weeks ago, but it's amazing the skyscapes I've seen in those few weeks.

    Like this one.

    This is why the word "gobsmacking" was invented!

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  30. Whoa! That is some amazing scenery. I see why you'd want to go back...

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  31. Breathtaking and beautiful view of a big patch of sky. Thanks for sharing a peek into this part of the world and your kind comments on my post earlier.

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  32. Wonderful photo you are showing us today.Have a nice sky watch:O)

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  33. Desolate but very beautiful. I hope to get out to see Western Canada soon.

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  34. I can understand why you would want to go back. This must be one of the best places to see in real life.
    Happy SWF.

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  35. It is beautiful. It just invites you in, doesn't it?

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  36. I'm already happy by seeing it here :-)

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  37. What a great shot - the contrast in all the terrains is quite marked! Lovely. Thanks for stopping by my post today too!

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  38. A magnificent landscape, and a lovely photo. Thanks for sharing on Sky Watch.

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  39. Thanks for visiting me in Seattle.
    Brrrr - this looks cold.

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  40. Such beautiful scenery. Thanks for sharing. Happy SWF

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  41. Beautiful...
    I like the road to infinity, or to the blue sky.
    Happy SW Friday!

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  42. I just love mountains. Very pretty..

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  43. I want to drive down that road. It's a stunner. Oldies can be such gooodies.

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  44. How beautiful! I've never been to that part of the country before, and it looks like it would most definitely be worth the trip!

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  45. The road is excellent! Great photo!

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  46. Absolutely stunning. Makes me long for a road trip. Thanks for visiting my blog.

    Sharon

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  47. The sky looks even colder than the snow in this photo. Great shot!

    Thanks for visiting my SWF! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  48. Wow that's a place I would love to see in person. Thanks for sharing it!

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  49. Stunning, but it looks very cold.

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  50. Yes Cold looking and with a snow storm coming in it looks like...wonderful shot... really feels like I am standing there and not many photos give that feeling to me.

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  51. breathtakingly beautiful and it feels as though you can see forever!
    Happy ~swf~

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  52. Extraordinarily Breathtakingly Beautiful!!! Awe-inspiring!!!

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  53. Good looking shot i like it...TC

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  54. Wow, if that doesn't call out to people who love the open road, I don't know what would. Love it.

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  55. So so so beautiful! Magnificent! Happy skywatching!

    My Skywatch

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  56. Beautiful shot, looks really cold there

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  57. I'm not so lucky to have been able to view this from the place but yet I'm rejoicing to have seen it on your pictures :)
    Thanks for sharing this beautiful place!

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  58. BC holds many beautiful scenic areas!

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  59. wow! i wish we have snowcapped mountains out here, too!

    thanks for the visit. :)

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  60. That is pure beauty...what a landscape....no wonder you want to go back...

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  61. WOW! Such amazing shot that is!~

    Mine's, HERE. If you get a chance:)
    Happy SWF!

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  62. There is a view I will never forget...17 entries and my first..look forward to be a part of this sky gazing family

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  63. It's fantastic picture of nature. Great Winter introduction (and all that follows). Bye and greetings from Croatia - thank you for your visit.

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  64. Oh! Wow! Nice scenery. It reminds me of Survivorman. =D

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  65. I like the depth of the picture - the road disappearing into the distance.

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  66. A great photo of a place I have never been. It looks very remote and empty but also beautiful in its cold isolation.

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  67. Well if that's taken on a whim, I'd like to see one that was considered! Simply stunning.

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  68. Wow! and Wow again. Breath-taking. Can just imagine standing in front of that awesome panorama.

    Worthy POTD

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  69. Gorgeous... absolutely breathtaking!
    I hope one day you will be able to return!!
    ~Michele~
    Mountain Retreat- Canada

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  70. that's sme stretch of road, mountains, and sky...whoa!

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  71. I love this, so cool to see Alaska and our neighbor to the north together! Awesome shot, hurry back and get more!

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  72. What mystery and secret hide the the bend of that road?
    The picture let us imagine spectacular landscape.

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  73. that's a grand viesta .... breathtaking view!

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  74. Those patterns in the snow are great... I'd like to see that in person, but it's way too cold for me up there...

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  75. A beautiful part of our country... well shot.

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  76. sure is an beautiful place...

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  77. Brrr, looks cold, but very beautiful.

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  78. Gorgeous! It's a place I'd like to see in person.

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  79. I share your enthusiasm for SkyWatch. There are some wonderful people out there in blogland. Your photo is awesome.

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  80. A gorgeous SWF entry! I agree it is a world of amazing bloggers on Fridays SW!A Canadian SWF girl

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  81. Another of the places I want to see someday. I WILL see someday. Thank you for sharing this lonely stretch of highway in British Columbia. Very, very stirring to the soul.

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  82. Wow ! ! ! ! ! !
    Breathtaking sky watch photograph !
    Gr.
    P-TER

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  83. Another road beauty Photo Cache. Katuwa talaga mag road dyan sa places nyo.

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