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As ever from you, Mike, a wondrous shot.
Your photo has done true justice to the marvellous cloud spectacle. Nothing like this in Yate, south Gloucestershire where it is dull, dark and miserable, sorry to report.
Thanks for this viewing.
Dan, this is a top class photo. Well done. This is perfection!
Thank you so much for the sharing of this marvellous spectacle.
More information about reflection bows here…
Passengers on the plane that can be seen to the right of the apartments as it makes its final approach to Nassau airport, would be having a turbulent descent.
Previous comment – I think you mean left, not right.
Beautiful shot, Mike. Perfection!
Re previous comment Laurence, the apartments are on the left of the image, the plane making its final approach is on the right of them….:+)..
Ian, Photo Editor
I apologise to you and now partaking to eating humble pie. Thanks for the correction. Too much pre-Christmas drinkies are to blame, I think. “Oh dear!”.
Best wishes as ever and thank you so much for all that you do for the CAS and looking after the Photo Gallery in particular.
No problem Laurence…and thanks for your good wishes, very much appreciated as always….IanL..
Beautiful picture, Ebony. I wonder my self why there are no people sitting on the bench enjoying the clouds!
Maybe sitting in the comfort and security of a warm heated car and avoiding the elements first hand?
A fine tribute to my favourite of all clouds. I appreciate this photo of you much.
Happy Christmas and Happy New Year to you.
Mike, as always from you, a marvellous photo.
You ought to produce a book of your photos. Suggested title, “Cloud Worship”.
Mike, the composition and colors in this photo are absolutely beautiful. Love it!
Laurence as ever I am appreciative of your comment(s). I do have a book prepared in Lightroom having been sucked in by the Blurb Template therein. So when I can establish the how I will look at it again. I have been fortunate over the past 10 to 15 years to be able to afford the equipment and placing myself where these photographs are most likely to be successful including over 6 years in the tropics and The Bahamas.
Thanks Ginnie also. I have many more to upload.