Thursday, March 29, 2012

Skewatch Friday: Fireball in the sky.




http://annsnowchin.blogspot.co.nz/2012/03/skewatch-friday-fireball-in-sky.html

15 comments:

Maria said...

It looks like they must have had a great time! I'll have to look up some photos of your Kiwi bird!
Wishing you a wonderful weekend!
*Maria

Rajesh said...

Beautiful sketches.

Martha Z said...

It's great for kids to get away. Where our kids went to school they went to camp for a week in the 4th grade. When we go camping in Yosemite there are usually school groups in the campground.

Jim said...

Interesting post.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Lui said...

Hi Ann!
I LOVE camping too.
And yes it can be uncomfortable.
But children will remember the fun times, the things they learned at camp, and the short-lived independence, and their longing for home! Camping builds character and that is something valuable in this high-tech generation!

Lina Gustina said...

Interesting sketches. The sun looked so bright! Have a great weekend, Ann

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Ginny said...

How did they fly? Were they taken n plane rides?

Ann said...

Thank you Ginny,

The kids didn't fly. They wore a harness and were hoisted up 8 metres. Then the team members slowly released the rope to let them come down I presume slowly.

eileeninmd said...

What a great adventure for the children to go to camp. It is a growing experience for them. Love the pretty sky shot, Ann.

Joe Todd said...

Neat post. Thanks Ann

The Japanese Redneck said...

It's hard for me to sleep when I'm away from home too.

Nezzy said...

I have to commend you sweetie, you are a marvelous influence on your students lives.

I'm sure some great memories were made.

God bless ya and have yourself a blissful weekend sweetie!!! :o)

mary said...

That is cool!!

SWF

chubskulit said...

Beautiful arts and love that sky shot.

Visiting late from Sky Watch , hope you could still visit my Sky Shot.

Liza said...

Looks like they had fun. Visiting late for Skywatch Friday.

My Sky.