Posts Tagged ‘sky blue pink’

Crystal Pink Persuasion – This is the Very Definition of Sky Blue Pink – On Oak Looking West

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

“He splashed around and scattered the skilligimink color all over the kitchen, and when his mamma and Susie fished him out, if he wasn’t dyed the most beautiful sky-blue-pink you ever saw!

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Which Do You Prefer? David Yu’s Japantown Cherry Blossoms by Day or by Night? The Very Definition of Sky Blue Pink

Monday, April 4th, 2011

Here’s J-Town by day

and by night:

(Sunrise this AM looked equally intense over the East Bay, let me tell you.)

(Avert your eyes from the plum trees they’ve got at the Peace Plaza on Post – they’re there to trick you into thinking you’re seeing cherry blossoms in January…)

Anyway, that’s what you call Sky Blue Pink.

That’s par for the course when the 415 enjoys chilly Blue Skies

Today’s Pink-and-Blue-Striped Australian Sunrise Over San Francisco – It’s a Boy, It’s a Girl, It’s a Boy…

Monday, January 31st, 2011

For some reason, San Francisco has more than its fair share of trees from Down Under.

Like these big ‘uns blocking your view of a Sky Blue Pink sunrise.

Each stripe represents a boy or a girl born in the 415 last night, right?

We’ve got Eucalyptus, Lilly Pilly, the works, all over town.

G’Day, Mate

Flag Atop San Francisco’s Ferry Building at Half-Staff to Remember Edward M. Kennedy

Friday, August 28th, 2009

As goes Massachusetts, so goes San Francisco…

As seen yesterday evening:

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Impression: Moonrise – Sky Blue Pink Above San Francisco

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

That’s what some people call the vivid color of these clouds – “sky blue pink.”

As seen above Golden Gate Park a few days ago. The sun is off to the right, setting.

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It seems the phrase “sky blue pink” is out of style these days. Don’t know why. Too bad.

Red, orange and pink clouds occur almost entirely at sunrise/sunset and are the result of the scattering of sunlight by the atmosphere. The clouds are not that color; they are reflecting the long (and unscattered) rays of sunlight which are predominant at those hours.”