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Good seen, Marie.
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Would this be an example of a Helm cloud of the type seen in the Lake District and Yorkshire, for example, Ribbleshead railway viaduct?
A soothingly quiet muted vista with the clouds complimenting and setting off the overall majestic scenery.
Most pleasing! Thanks much, Reddi, for this shot. It brought back fond memories of my visits to this wonderful part of the world.
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.
Either a UFO has come to grief atop of a mountain or possibly found the mountain a wee bit too small to safely land upon?!?
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!
Magical and mystical.
A delightfully pleasing shot, Jan. Love this. This projecture is all the better taken in nigh almost monochromatic .
Sunset perfection! This might have given rise to the elusive Green Flash. Did it occur?
Sadly, no flash this time.
What a lovely name – Penobscot. I wonder where it was derived from? Also a lovely photo.