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A really dramatic, monochrome picture on a fine day in the middle of winter, Phil, made all the more dramatic with the distant, craggy, snowy mount Blanc Massif range mountains in France on the other-side of the sea or river of stratus being in deep shadow, making them look quite spooky, with the highest point in France, Mt Blanc, 4,807m with a white cloud cap on. In complete contrast, the snowy foreground is in full sun! Nobody knows what lurkes beneath the sea of river of stratus! Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
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Great view taken from an airplane above the clouds on a beautiful fine and sunny day! The sea looks like a sea of ice and the forested hills of the Black Forest of the Rhine Valley of Germany! Looking at the view below, the hills appear in the foreground dark, shadowy, misty, mysterious and monochrome, one reason why the forest has been called “Black Forest” and seem to float above the clouds like stranded, dark-coloured ice burgs. Interesting that you can see way-off floating above the clouds on the distant horizon, the Vosges mountains of France, which gives you an idea of how vast the Black Forest area of the Rhine River Valley of Germany really is! From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
What a beautiful view, Paolo! The dramatic, forested hills appear to float above a sea of fog located in the lower mountain valley and tower above the town of Axalp, Switzerland. As the warm, lower mountain valley air rises, the fog will gradually disperse, a nice, sunny mid-autumn day will occur. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
It’s true, a typical beautiful autumn day even if too hot for this period …
The dramatic, distant mountains of Southern Bavaria in the early morning light all appear as a monochrome blue colour, are all bunched together and appear to float above the low stratus clouds. Looks like it is going to be a really nice, clear day. Can just make out on the distant horizon, a few snow-capped mountains as well.
From Rebecca Hill
Well said, Rebecca! Fully agree.