Blue Sky

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Blue Sky Mine
... "Blue Sky Mine" is a song by Australian rock band Midnight Oil released in 1990 as the first single from their album Blue Sky Mining ... The "blue" refers to blue asbestos, and the "sugar refining company" refers to the Colonial Sugar Refining company (CSR), the owner of the mines ...
My Curse (song) - Music Video - Description
... in the background, focusing on a woman in a white dress with the sun shining bright in the serene blue sky ... stand before the rolling hills and bright blue sky ... standing side by side, staring off into the blue sky beyond the hills ...
Blue Sky - Other
... Blue Sky (manga), a Japanese manga BlueSky Charter School, an online school for Minnesota citizens Blue Sky navigation pod, airborne navigational/attack pod A ...
The Blue Sky Boys - Discography
... Again, 1963 (Starday) Precious Moments, 1964 (Starday) Presenting the Blue Sky Boys, 1966 (Capitol) Sunny Side of Life, 1973 (Rounder) The Blue Sky Boys ...
Blue Sky Vineyards
... Blue Sky Vineyards is a family-owned vineyard and winery in Illinois, owned and operated by Barrett Rochman, Marilyn Rochman, and Jim Ewers ... Blue Sky Vineyards is located in the heart of the Shawnee National Forest and anchors the eastern end of the Shawnee Hills Wine Trail ... designated and recognized for its uniqueness in grape growing, Blue Sky Vineyard uses Illinois grapes to produce a number of wines ...

Famous quotes containing the words sky and/or blue:

    After all anybody is as their land and air is. Anybody is as the sky is low or high. Anybody is as there is wind or no wind there. That is what makes a people, makes their kind of looks, their kind of thinking, their subtlety and their stupidity, and their eating and their drinking and their language.
    Gertrude Stein (1874–1946)

    “Things as they are
    Are changed upon the blue guitar.”
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)