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A most appealing photo, Steven. A quiet symphony of muted greys and whites which give a lovely sense of calm to the overall scene.
I like the careful inclusion of the boat in the bottom far right which gives scale to the overall view. I also like the fact you have carefully kept the horizon dead level. It rankles me a lot when I see an otherwise good photo dreadfully marred by sloping horizons.
Perfect. Lawrence said it all.
Thank you for the kind words. I, too, deplore sloping horizons. BTW, when I took this picture, I had no idea it was asperitas … having never heard the term before.
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Brilliant shot, Hallie! Marvellous capture! It must have been a wonderful sight to behold in real life.
You have captured a rather rare cloud. lucky you!
So this is where the fabled pot of gold is to be found! And right behind the house. Let’s get digging and get rich!!!!
2nd attempt! There seems to be trouble with the CAS Photo Gallery website.
Thanks for posting this photo of Mammatus clouds over the City of Bristol. I live in Yate, some 11 miles NE of the city and witnessed these clouds, clouds of the type I have not seen for donkey-years.
BBC Weather Watchers posted some photos here which supplement your photo-