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Amazing picture, Keith. K-H are difficult to be seen. Your landscape is beautiful without them but by adding them it is really magic. Thanks for sharing. I will keep it in my folder “maybe a day I can take one similar..”
I fully agree with Adolfo’s comment. This is an incredible shot of those very elusive and rather camera shy K-H clouds. Certainly a sight to behold. Warm thanks, Keith, for capturing this amazing event and sharing it with us. Highly appreciated.
Fantastic capture, beautifully composed!
Superb Image Keith well composed and captured
Extraordinary! It is like a giant bird readying itself for a take off to the sky.
I wanna one of this KHH for my house walls, please…
Love this photo, Greg. Beautiful composition, beautiful colors! May I copy it to my desktop background folder so that I will be able to enjoy it on a random basis daily?
Sorry about the long delay but yes please use it Ginnie
Simply great! Congrats
ooooooooh far out! luvly!!
Best Kelvin-Helmholtz I’ve seen yet! Well done.
My wife and I are always on the lookout for the mythical KH wave and we managed to take a few pics, but this is dynamite, the best ever pic we have seen. Congrats!
Following up Jean-Lous’ comment I thought maybe about a 10+ Loch Ness monsters coming up and having an exceedingly rare convivial outing.
Wonderful capture, Winston.
Interesting Kelvin-Helmholtz clouds at the horizon.
Good eye,it looks like a rabbit chase.thanks!
Looks like a shark baring his teeth. KH so hard to find
Well done! Nice capture
It is amazing how these clouds form up in something like a dance routine.