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Excellent shot, Mike.
This photo is another of your special hallmark.
Yes thanks Laurence you got it in one. I just love the drama of lightning photography and have taught myself how to reliably do it. My preference is single lightning strike rather than multiple.
Magnificent, Roberto! This is really brilliant and your photo is worthy of good study.
No excuse from me, pun definitely intended:- Electrifying!!!!
A squall line is an organized line of thunderstorms. It is classified as a multi-cell cluster, meaning a thunderstorm complex comprising many individual updrafts.
Your photo, Ruth, certainly takes my liking. You have paid homage and tribute to the “Anvil King”! My topmost cloud favourite.
Thanks for the sharing of this. Splendid!
Sunset perfection! This might have given rise to the elusive Green Flash. Did it occur?
Sadly, no flash this time.
To me, this is an appealing shot. I like the atmospheric moody set of the overall scene
I like your careful use of muted colours – a symphony of black, white, nee, silvered “diamonds” upon the sea and various greys in the sky above.
Super shot well done
As a wine lover and lover of vineyards, Beatrice, I will use your lovely photo to indulge in a nice glass of Alsace wine this evening with a friend who is visiting me and for whom I am preparing a special meal.
A faultless photo. Magnificent! The full glory of the clouds captured and depicted handsomely.
Thanks, Mike, for this beautiful shot.
Terrific shot, Mike, This is certainly powerful cloud drama!
Pretty mixed sky, Mike.
Yes thanks. This sky was in the pre-hurricane Sandy weather.
But the weather out in the Bahamas and Malaysia where I was before this period was nearly always dramatic especially in the right seasons of the year. In Malaysia this was most times as there is no summer or winter just humidity changes and in The Bahamas from April to October.
superb image well captured
Good composition and mixed sky. I think that the man and companions are in the good direction, Jenny,
Into the storm— well exposed image and a great composition
I agree with both the above – very fine, thanks for posting!
What a shot! Gorgeous scene took my breath away. The man and friends make the photo special too, especially the low cumulus clouds in the distance.
Great composition, Mike.