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Good seen, Marie.
A soothingly quiet muted vista with the clouds complimenting and setting off the overall majestic scenery.
Most pleasing! Thanks much, Reddi, for this shot. It brought back fond memories of my visits to this wonderful part of the world.
A calming, restful and soothing photo, Linda. It finds my pleasure easily.
You may be interested in the following inasmuch that 2018 sees a remarkable event – two, yes, two Blue Moons. They are set to occur 31 January and 31 March.
Here is what I posted onto the CAS Forum page back on 24 October:-
“2018 sees two Blue Moons occurring – 31 January and 31 March. The last time two such Moons occurred was in 1999.
Blue Moon Calendar:- http://www.moongiant.com/Blue_Moon_Calendar.php
An addendum to my earlier posting:-
Penumbral Moon:- http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap161012.html
Blue Moon:- http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap151003.html
A splendid shot! Love this. I have y0ur photo gracing my PC as my current screensaver.
Thank you for posting this vista.
Magical and mystical.
A delightfully pleasing shot, Jan. Love this. This projecture is all the better taken in nigh almost monochromatic .
Sunset perfection! This might have given rise to the elusive Green Flash. Did it occur?
Sadly, no flash this time.
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Good composition and mixed sky. I think that the man and companions are in the good direction, Jenny,
Into the storm— well exposed image and a great composition
I agree with both the above – very fine, thanks for posting!
What a shot! Gorgeous scene took my breath away. The man and friends make the photo special too, especially the low cumulus clouds in the distance.
well spotted, Peter.
Definitely an Ostrich and seemingly ready to take care and charge of its sibling.(see cloud to the left of the Ostrich),
Amazing how clouds look like things we recognise.
No water here for the Jelly Fish to find a welcome home in an otherwise desert landscape
The big rock on the left hand side of the photo seems, facially, panting out for some god-given rain from the sky above. It does not look happy and seems to be opening its jaws to suck in much needed rain, that is, when it comes.