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Marvellous capture. I like this much indeed!
By coincidence, today (12th May) I posted the following onto the CAS Forum page:-
From the BBC’s Weather Watchers website come three nice photo of Shelf Clouds.
I think, and I stand to be corrected on this, the name Shelf Cloud is another term for Roll Cloud.
Whatever, just enjoy.
Good shot, Johnny. I expected to see Clint Eastwood on the beach … but maybe next time :-)
JFI A roll cloud (volutus), differs from a shelf cloud as it is completely detached from other cloud features and known as a soliton, The most famous being The Morning Glory cloud.
It’s a great picture with the depth of the multiple skylines and the huge 3-dimensionality of the clouds.
What I say next is not intended in any way as a criticism or to detract from the value of the photograph, it’s just an observation: isn’t that river the A896?
Great shot, Paul, as ever from you.
This photo breathes the mystical stillness and calm of an early morn. Taken as it is in monochrome is perfect – it grandly accentuates the stark outline of the gaunt tree that is somehow struggling to survive in a harsh environment.
Very nice Joe! I believe young people would call this awesome; if so, for once I would agree! Cheers, Harry