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I see a big unhappy stern face in this cloud – and it means business!
Definitely a dramatic shot, Anthony! Looks like it won’t be long before this afternoon autumn storm releases its fury with thunder, heavy rain and lightning upon the small country coastal town of Syracuse, Sicily, Italy. Best to take shelter indoors before you get caught out! From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
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Certainly a vivid contrast of colour here. Very turbulent, to say least!
Well done. Quite a dramatic shot of the Arcus cloud front building up over the town of Bundamba in Queensland, wherever that is. Looks like there could have been a chance of a storm that evening. The bottom bit of the Arcus cloud looks like snow on the distant hills, though in reality it would be too warm for that to really happen there, even in winter. Not a cloud formation I see much in my home town much further south, where winters are much colder and summers very hot and dry. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
Nice shot, Geoff.
A nice moody shot. I like the inclusion of two blokes on the beach which adds good scale to the overall scene and heaviness of the clouds. Thanks be, the UK heat wave seems to be over. Yes, I like warmth up to about 25 degrees Celsius but above that I begin to wilt. I am much more happier in cooler climes – and sleep much better too!
Definitely looks like a change in the weather and a chance of rain that afternoon out in the Scottish countryside. Dramatic cloud formation that looks a bit like an eel swimming up in the air. Good shot. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
Most unusual cloud roll. I like the left side of it with the “jets of smoke” looking like exhaust from the roll. Thanks for the photo, Petra.
Joan H. Laurino
Comment from Mike..
“Taken from the beach in front of my apartment when I was there. Not your typical view of the Bahamas .No blue sky no aquamarine sea and no white sand but a view that I saw regularly and loved as I just cannot get enough of skies filled with drama. I think it is enhanced by the angle and position of the sun which is filtered out by cloud and the sun lighting up the lower level of clouds”
A dramatic shot, Busra!
Thank you for this sharing!
Won’t be long before this dramatic storm hits the other side of the lake in Kyrgyzstan with all its fury.
You captured this particular cloud formation really well.
Dark and very moody. Obviously, a capture of the “Storm Chasers” with specially equipped vehicles. The fold who chase storms like this one take my admiration. It is truly dangerous and difficult work. Storm Chasers – I salute you!