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Friday, August 29, 2008

Flying over the Methodist Church


Another Manchester Airport bound plane flying in over Gee Cross Methodist Church.

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40 comments:

Old Wom Tigley said...

I used to go to the 'youth clud there in the 1970's.. :O)

Texas Travelers said...

Interesting photo.
Great shot.

Nice "Sky Watch" today.
Come visit, The Fire Storm.
Troy and Martha

Tommy V said...

nice picture and great swf

freshaircabin said...

I love how clear the sky is!

fishing guy said...

DP: Cool shot of the sky over the church.

Berit said...

Great SWF photo!

Ivar Ivrig said...

Nice shot for SWF :-)

Sherry said...

That's a nice shot! Great capture of the plane in the clouds.

Angie said...

That's a great capture of the plane.

imac said...

A plane - A plane, in a great skywatch photo, Gerald.

Pretty Life Online said...

Great one for Skywatch! Mine's up too hope you can drop by.... Happy weekend!

Dogwood Daze said...

Lovely sky for flying, Gerald. I love the building, especially the chimney stacks. So different from anything we have here.

Rose said...

I like this as much for the building that you show as much as for skywatch!

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Love the chimney pots against the sky, Gerald. Well captured.

Leora said...

Looks like a nice, warm neighborhood. Nice SWF!

Denise said...

A typical northern building G. Brings back memories.
Thanks. We get the RAF flying over here...I always wave! LOL!

Cátia said...

nice picture!very interesting!

D Herrod said...

Very nice.

Kelly said...

Beautiful clouds and sky over the Church! Took me a minute to see the plane, but found it! Lovely photo!

Ashtonian said...

SWF= Shock wave Flash!
Nicely done

Photo Cache said...

Mine's with the Catholic church. Really nice shot.

marley said...

So thats were the blue sky has been! Nice photo.

Louise said...

Beautiful sky over an absolutely charming setting. Wonderful picture!

Mary said...

Lovely fluffy clouds and beautiful blue sky!

Wren said...

Nice - clouds, plane, sky; what more could you ask for?

Bobbie said...

Looks like it was a pretty day for flying.

Denise said...

What a lovely photo. Nice contrast between the houses and the sky.

Louis la Vache said...

Very fine, Gerald - the new (airplane) contrasted against the old (church) framed by a beautiful sky.

AVCR8TEUR said...

I used to live underneath the flight path of the local airport. I had to say it was quite noisy. In your photo, it looks like the airport is quite far away from the church so its services won't be disturbed.

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

It won't be Zoom Airlines flying to Vancouver, they just went belly up. Now I will have to find another low cost flyer for the UK

joys in life\ said...

beautiful sky plus a plane - that's a nice sky watch. :)

happy skywatching!

Gary said...

Nice shot - I see you managed to find some blue in your sky!

Great skywatch.

Gary
Bodge's Bulletin

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said...

i agree with gary - the blue in the sky must be very uplifting for you!

Greyscale Territory said...

What a lovely pic! The church seems to add a sense of sacred beauty to the pic!

babooshka said...

I enlarged this and the plane is really sharp for suhc a speed and distance. I really must to chimney posts. Lovely image.

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Beautiful view, lovely capture!

Have a nice weekend!

Santilli

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Those chimney pots show up so well against the fluffy clouds. Nice shot!

Lisa Wilson said...

Nice catch!

Pernille's ting og tang said...

Wonderful shot. I like it:)

Have a nice weekend:)

Nancy said...

I like the buildings as well as the sky. Wonder where the airplane is headed?

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