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Wow, what a spectacular and beautiful cloud formation. Great picture, Keelin.
There is a quiet lovely serenity about this photo which takes my fancy a lot. The “face” in the centre of the cloud looking down upon the landscape below somehow encapsulates the serenity I find in this photo.
A most appealing photo, Steven. A quiet symphony of muted greys and whites which give a lovely sense of calm to the overall scene.
I like the careful inclusion of the boat in the bottom far right which gives scale to the overall view. I also like the fact you have carefully kept the horizon dead level. It rankles me a lot when I see an otherwise good photo dreadfully marred by sloping horizons.
Perfect. Lawrence said it all.
Thank you for the kind words. I, too, deplore sloping horizons. BTW, when I took this picture, I had no idea it was asperitas … having never heard the term before.
Awesome! You have very good luck to be there to take the picture, Ian.
Awesome! You had very good luck to be there to take the picture, Ian.
As ever from you, Rosie, a lovely shot! Is this photograph taken in the vicinity of “The Dingles”?
Here in Yate, south Gloucestershire where I live (dwell!!) I see nothing like this type of cloud even though I keep an active eye on the clouds.
I have only just found your comment, Laurence. Yes, this is taken about seven miles from Dingle town, in West Kerry.
It is very unusual for us to get such a formation, our clouds this year in particular have been very mundane. I think these asperitas were pretty widespread on this day, a friend of mine in Peterborough also had them, we both put photos of them up on Flickr.
Can you see the beautiful cat’s face in these clouds?
This great example is so full of variations on the theme! thank you for sharing.
Thank you ABBAS