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Reply To: ASPERITAS The CAS Cloud Vol 2

That´s bad news Michael, but with what I know about this, it should be possible to recover most or maybe all of the data. I truly hope so for you. Fingers crossed! It reminds me of some needed organization of my own backup. My external...

Reply To: ASPERITAS The CAS Cloud Vol 2

Oh Micheal, I hope the data recovery is successful for you and all your photos can be saved (documents too, of course). Evidently, you are still looking up ~~ and we remain the lucky beneficiaries of that! I never tire of seeing the waves of...

Reply To: ASPERITAS The CAS Cloud Vol 2

Sometimes Asperitas reminds me of  VanGogh’s style of painting, My hard drive decided to die. 8 years old.That is when I found out my back up wasn’t backing up any of my photos. So the broke hard drive is off to a data recovery  session ...

Reply To: ASPERITAS The CAS Cloud Vol 2

Thank you Keelin. It has been already four months since my last event, but I still have plenty of pictures of asperitas. One can say it is a rather photogenic kind of cloud. A 2015 event  

Reply To: ASPERITAS The CAS Cloud Vol 2

While I do indeed hunger for locally grown servings of Asperitas, I’m more than happy to feast on the offerings presented here. And I see Volume 2 begins with a doubly delicious appetizer from the two of you. Yum!

Reply To: ASPERITAS The CAS Cloud Vol 2

And I am trying to catch up with you Michael. Unfortunately Keelin is still waiting for an asperitas event. Apparently the circumstances in California are less favorable for asperitas than in Arizona? Not a recent one…

ASPERITAS The CAS Cloud Vol 2

The first volume filled up quick!  I’m willing to  keep going with a 2nd volume of photographs and input on the Asperitas Cloud. Here is a recent  photo of  Asperitas Light and Medium Arizona Asperitas # 201    

Reply To: ASPERITAS, The CAS Cloud

Congratulations, Michael and Hans! Asperitas Volume I is a completely stunning collection. May the rock and roll ride continue. ~~~ PS: Hans, might you have a spare windmill? I still yearn to see “the CAS Cloud” here in Napa, but so far, no go…

Reply To: ASPERITAS, The CAS Cloud

Thanks Michael. By the way: I still have to refresh the page content regularly after seemingly getting logged out, but not always. Like A Cavity

Reply To: New Years Day Clouds 2019

George – I’d love to even SEE some sundogs, much less get them captured the way you did. Michael – A 2019 explosion of joy Keelin- What a nice sharp line between blue and its complimentary color, yellow. Good catch. Hans – The white is...

Reply To: ASPERITAS, The CAS Cloud

Hans..Problem went away for a few days but today its back to the ” refresh”  to stay logged in from screen to screen.. Arizona Asperitas#146

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume V

Hans , no Asperitas around  by the photo record anyway..just some wavy undulatus I had some fun with.. Arizona Color#112

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume V

Very nice impression Keelin with A View From The Dry Side! I assume you have longed for some wet weather over there. Dancing in the rain? Michael your last two show gentle blues an gentle cambers. Must have been in an asperitas filled sky? Lenticular Cambers

Reply To: ASPERITAS, The CAS Cloud

Great view on Asperitas #143 Michael. I noticed that this thread rapidly approaches a new volume (but not yet). Another B&W one from me spotted in July.

Reply To: Colour Thread Volume V

Horizontal lines bring stability thus calm. Vertical lines suggest change, instability and between the two the clouds create all sorts of realities. #109 is a shot of remnants of  Asperitas. Fortunately the formation swept back and around  giving me a chance to capture its decay....