Ewe have my sweater!

Red sky at night too fast for me!

Hearing the forcast for tomorrow I had a feeling. I know that saying "Red sky at night, sailor's delight, Red sky in the morn Sailors be worned, predicts a beautiful warm day tomorrow. I was just fast enough chasing the sun to see the "Red ball" begin to sink into the hills in Owego. Too slow to catch it, I satisfied myself shooting pictures of these Sheep and geese on a farm on Day Hollow Road. The geese looked like they were swimming in formation like they do in the sky. I suppose it was a rehearsal for the real thing.

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chiaramonte says ... on Sunday, Oct 9 at 2:14 AM

How awesome!!!!!

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greatoutdoors says ... on Saturday, Nov 12 at 11:15 AM

these are great. Eagles can be seen along route 10 from Deposit to Walton, it is worth a drive...

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