Friday, April 24, 2009

Skywatch Friday - Singapore American School

Ok, I did manage to find a photo to post for Skywatch Friday...

I am VERY late in posting, however....I usually post my SWF shot on Thursday night...

I was in Singapore the past four days coaching a softball team in a tournament at Singapore American School. Of course, as usual, I always have my eye out for nice skies...

Have a great Friday (and weekend), and be sure to visit all the other great skies from around the world...

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18 comments:

Mary Elizabeth said...

Wow, impresive and wonderful.
Have a great weekend.
Mary Elizabeth @ Now and Then "The Blog"

Sylvia K said...

It is indeed impressive and wonderul! and what a beautiful sky for a background! Love the rich green, too. Here in the northwest we haven't seen enough lately! Terrfic shot! Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend!

Louise said...

Your eye has away with finding nice skies! This is no exception!

Calm Energy said...

That sky is glorious!

Guy D said...

Great skywatch shot as always Scotty, thanks for sharing.

Have a great weekend.
Guy
Regina In Pictures

kjpweb said...

Looks sort of "very American" :)
Cheers, Klaus

Tricia said...

That sky IS a beauty!

Paz said...

Another wonderful sky shot.

So, who won the game?

Paz

Tabib said...

Amazing photography - nice sky and Eagle building too.

The Explorer said...

another colorful and unique sky...

luna miranda said...

fantastic shot!

Sharon said...

Beautiful clouds!!

Ivar Ivrig said...

Great clouds, Scotty. Nice colors.
Have a wonderful weekend :-)

Erin said...

what a beautiful post for skywatch...love the cloud action.

Jackie N said...

Why would you take a picture of SAS??? JIS ALL THE WAY!!!!!

fishing guy said...

Scotty: What a beautiful sky for SWF. I love the look of the building from the track.

Jeannelle said...

How wonderful for SW that you are always keeping an eye on the sky, too! Happy SkyWatching!

Singapore School said...

Yes i think students need more and more information regarding to their studies abroad.