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This brings to mind, “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?” this comes from a fairy tale.
Lovely shot, Modestino. Definitely mirror like. It must have been marvellous to witness.
I have rotated the image upside down and it is mirror like.
A beautiful rendition of superb colour!
Cheers, Patrick, for the sharing of this shot. Much appreciated.
Can definitely see the towering poodle cloud, with its silver outline dramatically towering in the distance at sunset on the other side of the ocean in the Cayman Islands. Every cloud has a silver lining. The crepascular rays and shadows creates a dramatic, almost holy-light effect just before dusk. Well done! From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
A most pleasing shot and enjoyable to view.
Thanks for the sharing, Robert. I just wish I was there!
Good picture, Anna. I can also see a cloud picture of a human hand with the fingers extended or a dog with his mouth open, panting after a long walk, ready for a good drink of water when he gets home. Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
Yaaaay! Bollin Riverside Park! A great place to wander, looking at clouds, cows, birds, trees, clouds, flowers, fish, and did I mention clouds?
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
Great shot, Paul! Another dramatic storm system over Bluff, Utah, USA at dusk! Amazing how you can see the stars in the sky through a gap in the storm clouds! From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
A really dramatic, stormy picture. Well done, Mike! The pileus cloud formation or lens-shaped anvil almost looks like it is wearing a hat. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia