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Memorable and rare! Well captured, Colin.
That is gorgeous!! This photo must be the all time star of Nacreous clouds. Thanks, Colin
Maybe Colin’s photo might be considered for gracing inclusion in the Society’s 2017 calendar?
Just a thought – and gentle suggestion. It is a most remarkable photo.
Wow! Absolutely beautiful! I feel like they are a bunch of colorful angles! Great job, Colin
Alan, this is brilliant capture of a rare sight!
Thanks, as ever, for the sharing. There has been a really pleasing flurry of the nacreous clouds visiting us in the UK.
Alas, where I live in South Gloucestershire, I did not, much to my chagrin, see any of these wonders. Lucky you!
PS. Seen anything of “Nessie” lately?!?
Thanks Laurence. Shame you didn’t see any of it – you’ll just have to move north! I’ve really enjoyed weeing everyone else’s photos of the display, too. No sign of Nessie, but we’re going further north later in the year, so I’ll report back after that trip :)
The most beautiful I have ever seen.
The storms that have been badly affecting the UK, not least, storm Gertrud, and, Henry, have left in their wake a lot of cloud formations like this one.
This type of view is normally confined to the very far north of the UK and more common in Iceland and Scandinavian countries, hence, the recent flurry of photos attesting to this on the Gallery this week.
Superb image well captured
Debi, I confess to being a wee bit envious of you, viz, to see such a lovely sight!
Lucky you! Thanks.