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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
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…
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!
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
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 first thing Monday; 2 years of photos and documents and what not . So any pics I post here are new, a couple of days old at best. And yes, there was a Asperitas event just yesterday. Heres a shot from it.
Arizona Asperitas #202
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 Asperitas that you and Hans post here.
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 backup is not op to date at this moment, so my most recent pictures are at some risk knowing my hard drive is making disturbing sounds sometimes.
About next one I am not really sure whether this is the right thread for it. Nevertheless I liked the duplicatus in it. Any opinions?
Love your French Asperitas, Hans! You can probably guess what it reminds me of. As for the image following it, I can’t help but think of a charcoaled artist’s paper that has seen one of those soft, kneaded erasers go tumbling across it. The resulting illusion of texture is fantastic. I like this one very much.
Good luck indeed with data recovery. I can add that when my laptop went in for malware removal recently, I took the advice to replace the hard drive with SSD – solid state drive; never a moment of regret, its umpteen times faster.
The Datat Recovery people did an excellent job. They’re from Wales, well at least the wife is. She (as secretary/receptionist) had me believing she is from down under. Then she demonstrated some welsh language(Gaelic) . Anyway..everything saved. Heres a shot from November
Wales was in today’s Times, UK with this picture of an F-15E Strike Eagle. I expect the photographer had gone up the mountain for some quiet cloudspotting. Note in the above link he says the plane was NOT upside down.
Perhaps your data recovery person came from
Being half Welsh I enjoy taking an anglicised stab at saying that.
Small world…I was the production planner for the F15 Large Wire Harnesses before I retired from Boeing..The receptionist at the data recovery business told me that Welsh or gaelic is mandatory in schools. They will not let their language be lost to modern times..2 extra letters in their alphabet and incredibly long words as pointed out makes me wonder tho.
So happy to hear recovery was successful, Michael! Whatever the financial cost may be, if it were up to me to collect for it, I’d ask to barter for one of your images. This one, in particular, is a beauty beyond measure.
Great and intriguing play of lines in #203, Michael.
Some More Play
Delicate lines and blues in your last pictures Michael.
Thanks Hans ! I luv to camera surf the waves of Aperitas!
Arizona Asperitas #209
Surfing the waves of asperitas with he camera. That´s a figure of speech to remember Michael. Quite applicable.
I love all your recent wavy navies, guys
Thanks Hygge and Hans! Lets Keep it Going!
Heres another shot from that fantastic pre-dawn morning a while ago..
That pre-dawn morning must have been a great start of the day, Michael.
A French Asperitas
You bet Hans!, better than a cup of coffee! Nice shot of the French Asperitas!
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