I pretty much have to use a ladder for almost anything! Yes, I'm short! LOL... great shot! Mountain Retreat
cool shot there is beauty when differing things come together
There is beauty in the simplicity of this! I like it a lot.
Beautiful picture! of the sky, trees and power pole (which, once upon a time, was a living tree).
hehe, wonder what the neighbours thought?!! Nice pic though, and who needs gym when you can lug your own ladder around!
this is a very beautiful composition
Good effort! This a lovely blue-green shot.
I love shots of odd things. Fantastic.
You climbed a ladder to take a picture? LOL I have not got that bad ......yet. Nice shot.
You really are a determined photography - climbing a ladder to get a shot - Great job and be careful on those ladders.
You be careful on those ladders Dot. Your photos are so nicely done and have a warm originality. Pappy
and a late happy birthday
Dot: Cool shot of your power pole, you did a great job if you had to climb a ladder to get it.
Fascinating POV .. love itBTW .. I am SO looking forward to the BW pix ... :-Daryl
It would have also made a great ODD SHOT for Mondays.
I like it cause it is a different point of view...for sure something I wouldn't have thought of.
This is a great shot Dot! Happy Sky Watch!
I didn't expect to see pine trees that far South. Do you know the names of those trees in the background?Short power wires or tall laundry lines?
Thanks to you and others, I get a big lift out of trying to outdo myself and post things that may surprise some and make others laugh a bit and most of all make lots of people aware of things that might not know much about.When somebody actually takes the time to write a comment about my work and what I do, that to me is the biggest gift a person can give another. It is a smile on greeting, it is a welcome handshake, and it gives me and my family some hope that the dementia farm is still down the road.You, yourself, are an inspiration to me. I come back not only to say, "thanks for visiting and leaving a comment" but thanks for taking the time to photograph things of interest and great beauty. Without that, blogging would be about as exciting as a wart on the end of my nose.So, thanks for stopping at my blog. And rest assured, when you do, I will always try to visit your blog, in return, and leave a comment on your blog. I might not think your photography is ready for the masterpiece award, but it got my attention.I hope I am feeling better and can particiapte in Sky Watch again.Sincerely,Abraham Lincolnoldmanlincoln in Brookville, Ohio
Clever way to shoot skywatch Friday. Great composition Dot.
It looks like you took it from waaay up in a tree!~Kelli
That's a unique perspective, Dot! Good photo!
The ladder made the shot! Cool shot!
You are so Funny! I love it.
Now that's a shot LOL got Dot climbing ladders....
Great capture, Dot!Have a nice weekend.
Hi DotI do like the fact you climbed a ladder to get the shot.. :O)
Hey Dot this is so wonderfull so sober and simple and therefore just a beautiful SWF.I am back to basics for healtreasons (My shoulder operation) and I'm makings small shots with my cell (mobile phone) You would b surprised (look at SWF) and today I showed my dog, I am always following you but while in hospital I could not always comment, but just have a look. Thnaks for visiting my site/blogHappy weekend from JoAnn
Very cool shot, Dot. Just goes to show you'll try just about anything to get a great photo. ;-)
Nice photo, Dot! You are very courageous!
Gettng a little adventurous arent we?? I was right up the road from you this week. Came through Rome headed over into Centre Alabama, but didnt stay because of no place to stay with internet connection. :-( Great shots though, just be careful. LOL!!
Nice find Dot.
great shot, i cant believe that you got on a ladder, i hate ladders.
How come I missed you?Sure hope you can forgive me, specialy cause this is a great photo and even more because you are always a very present visitor to my photos.Sorry, Dot.
Climbing a ladder for this photo gave us the opportunity for a different perspective and I like how it turned out!
"Louis" thanks you for your visit to San Francisco Bay Daily Photo."Louis" is up past his cowbell in a work project for the next several weeks, so he may stop by and take a look but not sign the 'guest registry'.
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