You have selected:
This is an example of:
Another lovely photograph from you which pleases me much indeed. Grand vista!
So glad, too, you keep the sea horizon dead level i.e not sloping daftly to the left or right which really mars so many seascape photos posted onto the photo gallery. As an ex photo judge sloping horizons in seascape photography annoyed me much but certainly not in this instance, as too, all your lovely photos depicted in your photo gallery. You take really lovey and pleasing cloud photos.
Best wishes, as ever.
Thank you for your comments, Laurence. Yes, I do try to keep my horizons (relatively) level. There are so many editing programmes with straightening tools, there really isn’t an excuse for sloping horizons. I use the straightening tool in iPhotos on my iMac. It is adequate, but not great, I am seriously thinking of getting something better…..if I ever get the time to look!
You must be logged in to post a comment.
Highway to Hell?
Talk about energy! This mighty cloud has it packed in big time!
Love this one!
Lauren, you have done full justice to my absolute favourite cloud – the undisputed cloud “King”! The “King” depicted here is akin to my favourite instrument, the mighty organ, the king of all instruments.
A very nice shot, Lynn.
It reminds me much of the famous (infamous?!?) “Crop Circles” that several years ago were so apparent in county Wiltshire.
PS. Glad to see you were not abducted and still here with us to share this photo with us, thanks be!
A glimpse of heaven and another world. Love this shot much!
Good shot, Paul!
Amazing – well caught!
A very good shot of lightning in what looks like a small localised storm system.
Thank you Adolfo, Maxine and Michael.
I like this simple picture
This is so typical of our “famous” summer here in the UK! You have my sympathies! That said, we have had some really hot and humid days here with the mercury barrelling upwards in the thermometer. We have had some huge storms brought about by the high temperatures and rain clouds moving in – recipe for storms.