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A beautiful rendition of superb colour!
Cheers, Patrick, for the sharing of this shot. Much appreciated.
Good picture, Anna. I can also see a cloud picture of a human hand with the fingers extended or a dog with his mouth open, panting after a long walk, ready for a good drink of water when he gets home. Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
Good picture Frank. Definitely a dramatic cloud picture at sunrise, where the early morning sun is streaming through multiple gaps in the cloud like holy light or torch light down to earth. The cloud layer appears almost like steps you could climb and enter the multiple, light-filled gaps to get to heaven. Went through Bourke, NSW on a winter bus tour a year ago. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia.
Nice picture, Daniel! Nice seeing a calm, beautiful, serene picture that reflects the other side of China, that we don’t often see, a contrast to the hustle and bustle that Chinese cities are so renowned for these days. The yellow sunset and dark clouds reflect into the still waters of the urban river that doesn’t have anything on it at the end of another, long, working day and snakes off into the distance. The distant city buildings appear monochrome and black in colour and will gradually disappear from view as the sky gradually gets darker. Then the building lights and neon signs will come on. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
I fully concur with Rebecca’s commentary Quite an atmospheric shot.
Rebecca, if I may, I very much like your commentaries about photos submitted by CAS member onto the CAS photo gallery. They make for interesting and pleasing reading. You have a really nice observant style of writing, must say! Thank you.
PS. I live in a town called Yate, in South Gloucestershire, about 11 miles (UK miles!) north east of the City of Bristol. We are on opposite sides of the globe!