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Upon reaching 100 posts in the 5th volume of Color Cloud shots, Thanks Hans!, allow me to go forward with the 6th volume . Taking shots at the extremes of the day gives color magic, sometimes.
Arizona Color #601
What a lovely launch, Michael. As usual, you’ve caught the light just right! I’ve also been meaning to say kudos on your cascade of Cirrus featured on the Gallery on December 28! I love the underwater feel you captured so well in that image.
Volume V featured all manner of colorful clouds on display, a bit of poetry, and even some musical and mathematical references. Who could have predicted that? And who knows where our sharing of clouds and commentary will lead next? Perhaps the answer is blowing in the wind.
Thanks Keelin!That Cirrus event was impressive, not quite like anything I’ve seen. You are right, you just never know what you’ll find when you look up.
Already Volume VI…. Ah, such a fine start by Michael and then the virga Blowing In The Wind by Keelin (together with some answers?).
Trying to stay close to the wonderful tender structure of Arizona Color #602….
Arizona Color #604
Very nice contrast between the whites and the deep blues in #605 Michalel.
Ginny once used the word ” painterly” to describe some photos of clouds. Hans, that seems to apply.
a fractus storm..
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