Friday, May 9, 2008

Spring Sky!


Yesterday, was a nice spring day, with clear blue sky. I was on my way to the mall, and noticed these solar panel powered street lights, the road looked more elegant, and was a powerful lifelong idea.... Hmmmmm, how much did the "Government" spend for this project? LOL! concerned citizen.....

59 comments:

  1. Now I know what these light look like. I have heard of them. Thanks.

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  2. Solar powered panel street lights. Wow! Good effort!

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  3. An environmentally friendly Sky Watch.
    Great! :)

    Ida

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  4. Nice SW photo.


    Pop over and see Belvoir Castle Gardens skies.

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  5. Lovely springday!
    I hope the summer is coming soon ;)

    AnnetteK
    http://annettek.net

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  6. Lovely springday!
    I hope the summer is coming soon ;)

    AnnetteK
    http://annettek.net

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  7. This is 'green sky watch'!
    Nice shot.

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  8. Interesting sky shot. The solar panels seem appropriate. Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  9. I like the cloud in the center, as for the street lighting, I have notice some of our road signs have these now.

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  10. wonderful sky indeed, Its such a great thing to see the SUN shining!!! Thank you:)

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  11. OH but the energy of electricity used would be so much more in the long run! Your Government is looking at a bright long term future for the environment :) Lovely photo!

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  12. I like the solar panels.

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  13. Solar power is the way to do and I am happy to see they are in use in your photograph. Nice shot.

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  14. I've never seen solar powered street lights - it's a great contribution to saving the environment.
    Nice shot!
    /Katarina

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  15. spring is a wonderful season! thanks for visiting my page!

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  16. This is a great shot, I never saw these before. I do wonder if they're expensive.

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  17. Solar powered panel street lights.
    What a great idea!

    Nice sky watch!

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  18. In Portugal it's also spring time. Blue sky and warm sun.
    And summer is comming ....

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  19. Great shot and it is a nice idea ... I see these panels on everything in the area.

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  20. The solar panels are really interesting.

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  21. Such advanced street lighting! Don't worry about the cost; it is the thought that counts.
    Thanks for your greetings to Israel on our 60th birthday.
    Shalom!

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  22. Hi PLO,

    Nice shot! And hopefully the sun won't burn out for some time? :)

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  23. I'm here. Thanks for sharing your sky with us. Come by anytime for a visit.

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  24. This is really neat... very good entry and photo..!!

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  25. At least the government can't change the beautiful sky!

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  26. Interesting post with a good photograph!

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  27. Spring is a lovely time of the year,great photo!

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  28. Very environmnetal. A ggod choice for skywatch.

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  29. Hello and thank you for visiting my blog..
    That is great..an environmentally friendly Sky Watch.

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  30. Beautiful spring skies interesting project!

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  31. nice view sis a wonderful springtime take care and thanks for the visit always..

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  32. Puffy white clouds are beautiful! :)

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  33. "Louis la Vache" thanks you for visiting "San Francisco Bay Daily Photo" for Sky Watch Friday!

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  34. what a great idea, we could do with those around here in South Africa, land of regular blackouts!

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  35. Such a clear picture of clear skies.

    So environmentally friendly the solar powered lights. May be they cost a lot now ..but in terms of the environment they are worth every penny !!

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  36. A lovely Spring time picture and enviromentally friendly as well!

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  37. Very pretty thanks for the stop over

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  38. Nice spring day - clear blue sky...It sounds like a perfect day;)

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  39. Hi! I like the fact the we are going green and helping the environment. And this is a beautiful picture. I love the powder puff clouds. Lisa

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  40. hi sis.. i think i did it just now.. if it is still acceptable... please check this url...

    i hope that's right and i've clicked the logo in your page where it will lead me into the origin of that 'ambot what do u call it' i can't spit it into my mouth...nyak...

    here it ishttp://www.supernovachron.com/2008/05/friday-sky-watch-sunset.html

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  41. good for the environment, utilizing the natural energy, helps with the global warming issue nowadays. going solar are usually costly in the beginning and it will take years inorder to get savings, but we cannot afford to take actions trying to help minimize global warming too.

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  42. i mean to say: but we cannot afford NOT to take actions trying to help minimize global warming too

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  43. Very nice shot. I love spring skies.

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  44. Interesting how the street has got solar energy street lamps!!

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  45. Good catch. We could use more solar powered things to conserve energy. Expensive to start, though.

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  46. solar-powered street lights? must be expensive

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  47. I always wonder why we have so many lights opn the streets not controlled by sensors. when some one is there turn on a few when traffic is heavy turn on less when traffic slow turn on more let head lights do the job. most of the street light are on all night but no one is there

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  48. Cool shot and great idea with the street lights.

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  49. Thanks for visiting my Skywatch post last week. We have been enjoying the sunshine so I have been away from home. Sadly the sun is disappearing from the North East Coast so I will probably be posting a mist on Friday!

    Thanks
    Dx

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