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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.

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume ll

Nice color work  there Hans. Opposites attract! Thats It Keelin!..makes socks electrically charged opposites so they always cling to each other..!! no more lost socks!  But there will always be the sky with clouds thank goodness. You got big feet! and speakin of big feat..I...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume ll

Michael, your Arizona Asperitas #56 reminds me of a classic tai chi pose — inspiring. And Hans, your Still Looking prompted another dive into the archive beyond the playful (beautifully colorful) edges. And just look what was found — <span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>finally! </span> The Missing Sock

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume ll

You are right Michael. Crepescular. I had the perspective of a moon opposite to the sun, but the sun is at the left and the raysz are diverging. So crepescular. Nevertheless a very fine picture! And a very nice structure in your Arizona Asperitas too!...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume ll

Hans, , wait a second, moon shows lite from direction of sun. So maybe just crepuscular rays? Arizona Asperitas #56

Reply To: Wave Clouds

Thank you, Hans, for kind comments. Your image above had me diving down again to comb through the archival sea where I began to wonder… Who Combs The Mermaid’s Tresses?

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume 1

From Under, to Distant Pinks, in search of Asperitas, who wouldn’t want to hop aboard a Lennie and go for it?  Meanwhile, back at home, the sky paints its palette blue and grey, with a nod to Don McLean’s Vincent. Cloud Cloudy Night    

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume 1

You are right Alec. We don’t aspire to such nerdy wordgames. Great pictures indeed by Michael and Cloverpatch of asperitas. I love the one with the precipitation! It reminds me of the first asperitas event  – at that time an asperatus event –  I witnessed...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume 1

Mike, that’s masterful, another image that would look good blown up to several feet and gracing the walls of an art gallery. Does anyone else get annoyed with “experts” dictating what is right in any given situation? Whilst asperitas may be grammatically correct Latin, I...

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume 1

clover..ahh you saw it!..Yes that picture was taken near the end of great little asperitas(spelling has been revised due to a Latin expert’s perspective on grammar) event one morning in Mesa Az.  Below is the event at a distance and some may remember this shot...

Reply To: Black & White Thread Volume VII

I hope your Friendly Figural #5 will find me soon Keelin. It looks very cute. I look forward to meet him over here. You mentioned former appearances that traveled their way across the pond. Now the lacerta you once posted has appeared on this side...
A dissapating asperitas formation over mountain-like Cumulus, Arvada, Colorado, US.
A dissapating asperitas formation over mountain-like Cumulus, Arvada, Colorado, US.

Extended reference to CAS in EarthSky News

Today’s bulletin from EarthSky News has quite a longish piece about asperitas clouds, with full mentions and links to the CAS. Nice! See: Asperitas clouds over Tenerife Harry PS Gavin, did you ever dream you would become world-famous this way? (I’m probably not the first to...

Reply To: Black & White Thread Volume VI

Incredible, the cheese is on its way to complete the pizza! A surreal meal, Keelin. Don’t know how you managed to prepare this dish. The Chase

Reply To: Black & White Thread Volume VI

Love the space shots! Found this on the menu. I think it would go well with your Morel, Hans. And whatever Michael comes up with is always dessert for the senses. Layered Cloud Serving with Asperitas PS: Nice dragonfly on the CAS Gallery, Hans! A...

Reply To: South Carolina, USA II

Nice shots, Roger. I would say the top one could be asperitas. The bottom one is a chaotic sky, a bit of everything at all levels.

Reply To: Black & White Thread Volume VI

Keelin, your wordplay responding to the ingenious titles Michael gives his images, is unmatched making it a real pleasure to read your comments. I like that jazz! And then you take my “hint” a level higher with “maybe just a hint” of Asperitas in that...