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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!
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More information on the links about the lower tangent arc….
Fantastic, picture, Beth: composition, clouds and optical effects in the same lot. Great to share it.
As ever from you, Mike, a wondrous shot.
Your photo has done true justice to the marvellous cloud spectacle. Nothing like this in Yate, south Gloucestershire where it is dull, dark and miserable, sorry to report.
Thanks for this viewing.
Wonderful jaw dropping spectacle, Abbie. What a sight to witness first hand, eh?!?!
Dan, this is a top class photo. Well done. This is perfection!
Thank you so much for the sharing of this marvellous spectacle.