Thursday, August 05, 2010


One thing living is Osaka is that the sky is never deep blue like this. (and I didn't touch up any of these photos)

Most times it is a faint/light blue or light gray (due to pollution) and people there call it a great day.

I know, I'm spoiled because I grew up with one of the most beautiful skies ever.

So I was lying down the other day, gazing up and out of the window and saw this and had to snap it, to preserve it for those winter months or feelings of homesickness.

And then I saw this sky after coming back from a great lunch with a friend and had to preserve it for future oohing and aahing as well (sigh).

How's your week going? Hope it is going well.


S said...


Jude said...

Aw, I also appreciate how spoiled I was growing up there. And I *totally* "save up" my HI photos (good for those long, gray New England or London winters :)

Jenster said...

I love those sky photos! Perhaps you could blow some up and frame them in a group in your home in Japan?

K and S said...

Thanks S!

I'm gonna do that too with my photos Jude ;)

I wish we could Jenster, our building is strictly "no pounding nails into the walls" :(

Take care everyone.

Tamakikat said...

I like the photo idea. My friend's done it here with photos from Japan and they look great.

Rowena said...

Looks like fab weather over fact fab enough for the annual greek festival? Will you be going??????!!!!

Deb in Hawaii said...

Pretty pictures! The sky has looked really great lately with all of the puffy white clouds. ;-)

K and S said...

You should try it for your place TK!

MIL and Satoshi will be here that weekend Rowena, maybe I can sneak out??

It has hasn't it Debinhawaii :)

Take care.

Barbara said...

Beautiful sky photos.

K and S said...

Thank you Barbara!

Take care.