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Beautiful shot, Stephen. When one spends a little time to get lost in the details of certain distributions of clouds, it is possible to find compositions lijke this.
Marco, this fondly reminds me of your lovely photo taken, I think, the same evening, on 11 November.
Wonderful shot. Many thanks.
thanks Laurence. not the same sunset: I was lucky that in less than a month has presented another fabulous sunset. the previous one was November 7, this is November 30
Thanks for the update, Marco. It is appreciated.
I have your photo on my PC as a lovely screensaver. Marvellous! It is all the more appreciated given the ghastly weather we are “enjoying” in the UK just now.
An evocation of summer time.
One of the best pictures of all. B/W does wonders.
Simplicity at its simple best!
It looks like the sky is on fire great, thanks!
This is such a picture there you get a smile on your face as a photographer, what a beauty Wiel.
Love it when the clouds turn this color
This is a Spectacular shot James. Beautiful!!!!
Wow all the pics I’ve seen out of Texas are just gorgeous
truly awesome sir a beautiful rendition of the moisture
” nice one” as we say in these parts (north west england “nice one” is mancunian as is “sorted”……. peace.
A peculiar cloud – with Lacunosus tendencies as noted in the photo description! Geez!
Very impressive cloud !! Great shot Mike!
This is a new one for me. Thanks for introducing me to this interesting formation.
Like Sharon, I never knew about this type of cloud formation till now. Now I am informed! It goes to show you can learn so much from the Society’s Photo Gallery.
Thanks, Jan, for the viewing of your photo.
This was shot in the early morning after a night of violent storms producing high winds, damaging lightning and large hail.
Thank you Mark for this dramatic photo – the little human shelters under the wild Asperatus sky. A photo “cadré” like a painting !
Very interesting and attractive view! Håkan Pleijel