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Wow, glorious! Great capture!
Full marks, John! I fully agree with Lynne’s comment which says all.
Good shot. A cloudy celestial vault.
super capture John
As ever from you, a most pleasing shot. A pleasure to view and I certainly like the very interesting cloud formations and lighting.
Thank you Laurence, I always look forward to reading your comments. It was difficult to get a decent shot of these clouds, this was about the best I could do. The front stretched a long way to the west, I was really too close to get it to it’s full glory!
Thanks, Rosie, for your kind comment. It is my pleasure. I always keep a beady eye ready to see your photos.
I think you have done very well indeed capturing this nice moody scene. You certainly know how to take a good photo. d The Dingles offer you so much photo opportunity. I wish I could be there now.
I have put your photo as my new screensaver as it gives me pleasure viewing it. It replaces the photo you took some while ago of the Cirrus (Maiden’s Hair) clouds which, pleasing to say, featured on the CAS calendar.
Best wishes as always.
Love these kind of altocumulus!
I live just in front of the Madrid Airport seeing lots of aircratf landing and taking off everyday. I have seen only one very weak fallstreak in my life in this area. I do not think that they are generated by aircrafts crossing and breaking the clouds.
A comb made by clouds!!! Marvellous for hair!!
magnificent this really draws the eye right into the formation. that’s a five from me
Barbara King member number 15,433
This coincides, I think, with a rather nice photo of a craft returning several astronauts to Earth with a lovely cloud greeting. The photo was released by NASA, via its APOD pgee, today (14 March 2015):-