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Nils, I know I should perhaps be looking at the clouds but the multitude of the big orange “balls” in the foreground takes my attention, Forgive me, but enlighten me, please…would the orange “things” be pumpkins?
Great picture, Ragnhild!
Amazing image well captured
Awesome! Extraordinary! Very sombre but in a magnificent way. What sight to behold!
I like your photo very much indeed, Ragnhild.
Thanks so much! It was truly a mesmerizing encounter..
Mooi om hier nog een bekende naam van Weerplaza tegen te komen!
Devon? The view seems more like the mid-west in the USA. It would have fooled me!
Nice shot, Phil. Very expansive and, must say, I like the muted colours in a turbulent and fascinating skyscape..
First though was, “Oh…………” Then I spent 10 minutes trying to take in every subtlety of this dramatic photo. And, yes, I thought it was from the US mid-west as well—until I read the caption. Definitely adding this to my favorites list, Phil.
Great composition, Phil.
right place right time an excellent image indeed
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A most appealing shot, Chris. The more I look at your photo the more it “grows” upon me.
Good shot and well composed at that.
It is not often one sees Asperitas with drapes of setting sun – most clouds of this particular type are often featured in cold grey, black-ish and rather forbidding colouring. I think, for me, any rate, this is the first time I have seen Asperitas in a rather warm “clothing”, so to speak.
Thanks, Billy. A pleasing and satisfying shot.
Simply beautiful: beautifully simple. Wonderful composition. This shot will be a favorite, Billy.