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Thanks for this sharing. I have seen a number of Starling bird murmurations over Yate, south Gloucestershire where I dwell set against a lovely pink sky. Aerial ballet, par excellence. No need for ATC here. The choreography is without rehearsal and no collisions.
I think, maybe wonder, if that which you have captured in your photo was perhaps the same here?
Have a look a look at this! https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-hereford-worcester-46711692/starlings-form-bird-shaped-murmuration-at-attenborough
Really nice, peaceful picture of the muted sunset over Jesi, Italy after another long day! The evening mist in the background looks like it is coming in from the sea, with a wave about to crash upon the shore! From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
Can definitely see the elephant-shaped cloud in the sky! Looks like the elephant is dancing, marching along the road, as well as trumpeting! As a person who is keen on elephants, this is a good picture. Well done! From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
So! here it is! Elephants can fly.
Good picture, Nick. A relatively monochrome picture(like a black and white photo), showing the overcast sky and icy Baffin Island in the Arctic Ocean in the background reflecting in the calm, mirror-like cold waters. Baffin Island is definitely a place that not many people get to visit. 3 years ago, in summer on a holiday to West Coast Canada with my mother, I went on a bus trip and got as far as Tuktoyuktuk(Tuk). Baffin is definitely a place in summer where you can get away from it all and be alone with nature for long periods of time. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
Not quite monochrome, more bordering upon the sepia tone.
Lovely shot. Most pleasing and appealing.
This photo fully supports the CAS’s agenda and purpose – “Fighting the banality of blue sky thinking”!
This took my breath away when I opened up the Gallery!! The heavy crepuscular shadows and rays show the power of the clouds punch. The blue skies deserve it. HA.
Marvelous shot, David.
This won 1st prize at the 2018 Slaley Show!