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Sky Watch Friday : Architectural Details in the Sky

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London Buildings

The two London buildings, seen from the 34th floor of another building, are known as the Gherkin and the Cheesegrater, and are very different looking from the usual square skyscrapers, thanks to the imaginative architecture.

 

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Skywatch Friday : This Is Africa

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Clouds Overhead

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Skywatch Friday : Galtee Mountains

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Wind Farms and the Rock of Gibraltar

This picture is one that is becoming more familiar as we make ‘progress’ in our lives, and need more, and cheaper, electricity.   Sometimes the structures look like invaders from space against the skyline!

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