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Interesting contrast in the sky! It is interesting how the sky is divided up into the 2 different areas, as the mid-level cloud weather front of dark Altocumulus, which can’t be penetrated by the sun and its silver lining moves through in one half of the sky and the other half in the distance is bright blue and fine! the hilly farm landscape at the base of the photo is lush green and fertile! From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
This nice image is akin to sand dunes.
A very interesting shot from you, Tom. It brought back nice memories for me. Thank you.
I certainly like the clouds but I also like the monument installed in Hamilton Square, Birkenhead, Wirral, Merseyside.
This monument was erected in memory of Queen Victoria in the form of the Eleanor Cross. A fine structure but not that which was intended as the original idea was to have a bronze edifice erected but sufficient funds did not come through so a stone monument was built instead. That said, this is a really interesting and pleasing structure.
More info about the structure:-
Good picture! You can definitely see the difference between the mid-level altocumulus, which looks like pack-ice and the high, feathery cirrus cloud located in the fallstreak hole(cavum) above that. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia