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Tuesday, August 15, 2006

cool photos

So The Phosgene Kid has been posting some really cool photos of the dessert sky in the last few posts. I just got an email with the photos below and they were just to cool not to post them. I love the last one however I'd hate to be the one on the ladder.



9 comments:

The Phosgene Kid said...

Holy cow! Everyone out of the pool - now!! Those are some incredible shots, though I have seen an article on the shark/helicopter photo - hard to believe but it was doctored. Thanks for the mention!!!

jin said...

I've seen the first one already.
My fave is the third one!!!

Katy said...

PK - I do find it hard to believe that it is not doctored. I don't think sharks really jump like killer whales.

Jin - I like the second one with the wall of clouds moving in.

Jewels said...

I like the second one as well. It's been proven that the great white shark one was doctored. It's a neat pic tho. Still make me never want to go in the ocean...

Katy said...

Jewels - when I was on vacation in Kenya years ago I went wind surfing in the indian ocean. When I fell in I saw a shadow which I first thougth to be my board but it moved. It turned out to be a Shark needless to say I did not stick around to see if it was hungry and that was the last time I went in the ocean.

Jewels said...

OMG! I would have definately left 'something behind' if you know what I'm sayin'... Man, even from some of the pikes I've caught at my dad's place, I'm scared of going for a swim... :O

Katy said...

yeah I tend to prefer the pool waters myself lately. I take a waterpark over a lake or ocean any day.

The Phosgene Kid said...

Sharks need to eat too. My favorite is all the morons out surfing in one shot, and then the news switches to an aerial view where you can see bunches of sharks swimming right off shore. There have been shark warnings prominently posted – you are now about to see Natural Selection in action.

Katy said...

There haven't been to many shark attacks around here but we get them every so often. The one time in the indian ocean cured me from wanting to surf ever again