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Reply To: Wave Clouds

For to long no waves. Don’t let us be mislead. No ruffled contrail feathers but Crosscurrents. A strikingly perfect fitting title for the scenery you captured Keelin. One Approaching Wave

Reply To: Cloudscapes

The blues in Arizona Cloudscape #73 …… Restful, peaceful, beautiful. In a former picture Keelin wrote about the noise giving the picture a special texture. Here is one that I took at sunset and the reality was quite gray. To my surprise a simple  standard...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume III

Hans, my first thought when I saw your precipitation under Asperitas was that I would gladly be drenched by the oncoming rain to see such a beauty. Then Michael, you make me smile as Arizona Color #53 follows with perfect timing. Refreshing! French Asperitas is also lovely, Hans, with its...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume III

Steamy Arizona Color Michael. Looking left from where I took my former color picture more clearly asperitas. French Asperitas  

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume III

Thank you Keelin. You already noticed that your sleuthy figural did find me in no time? Last week only beauties gathered on this thread. Arizona is a great hunting ground for impressive pictures Michael, as is your King of clouds (in all of its phases...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume III

Thank you Keelin and Ramona. I like to look for iridescence. Once the circumstances are right one only has to scan the sky with the tele trying to avoid lensflare and wait for instances of beauty and click. No hesitation allowed, because each opportunity is...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume III

Thanks Keelin.  Thanks Ian for placing the thin asperitas shot I sent ,in to the Gallery.  Monet had his lily pond, I have Phoenix Arizona’s Asperitas. Just like Monet made numerous lily pond paintings , I of course, took quite a few shots including the...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume III

Another fine asperitas monsooner Michael. Nice contrast between the blues and the whiter part in the middle. I saw us next to each other on the gallery today. Nice asperitas too that one! I caught a lot of iridescence lately. A Dowsing Rod?

Reply To: Cloudscapes

Longing for Lennies here, with no sightings for months! But how good to know they are at least visiting you two, Michael and Hans. Your captures are lovely and, well, captivating (hope they’re friendly!). I can hardly complain, though with what does appear. Like your...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume III

Your guess is correct, Hans, I believe the hint of color was part of a very faint halo. Worth a pause even though barely there. Your Composition In Only Blues And Whites is a two-toned beauty! Love the impression of frothy sea foam contrasting with...

Reply To: Black & White Thread Volume IX

I feel flattered by the comparison with Dali, Keelin. Dank je wel! And with your interpretations you made me look differently to my own picture. An eye opening experience as well. I like it. With your Presto! the eye is lead somewhat left to the...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume III

Love the undulations of Asperitas at either end of the day. Not so gentle looking is the image below. While the earth stood still, the sky appeared to shimmy to the music of the spheres.Skyquake

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume III

Great blues on this Morning Asperitas. I had an asperitas event last weekend in the evening. I took an overload of pictures. some of them have to ripen like you once wrote about your own process of selection. This one is mature I think. Evening...

Reply To: Sunsets and Sunrise Vol III

What a grand finale we had to Sunrise/Sunset II with fantastic colors from Michael, George and Hans. Still feeling the warmth of those spectacular images. Now Michael has launched us again with no less a splash of color and awe. George, I love these hot...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume III

You are lucky with the coming of the rain goddess and with the find of her lost Pearls Keelin! Love the image. You had Asperitas overhead Michael, and show strange strangles of cloud (is this good English?). Intriguing. I had yesterday a Asperitas event over...

Reply To: Cloudscapes

George , yes , it was an asperitas event. In there was this flat bottomed cloud and the light became right so became the picture. Asperitas means  mixed up or stirred or asperated . That event became chaotic in that area of the sky. A ...

Reply To: Cloudscapes

Michael, this looks like a shelf cloud. But then I seem to see some asperitas features. Very interesting combination.

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume ll

Gavin: Thank you so much for fixing the forum before taking off for aurora borealis adventures in Canada. May the Lights be with you and all who are fortunate to be there with you! Michael: More helpings of Asperitas from you are always something to...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume ll

So the time needed for first aide had its advantages Michael. You found back your asperitas and Keelin her missing sock. Very nice. Over here the sun played the last days hide and seek.