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It is not often one sees Asperitas with drapes of setting sun – most clouds of this particular type are often featured in cold grey, black-ish and rather forbidding colouring. I think, for me, any rate, this is the first time I have seen Asperitas in a rather warm “clothing”, so to speak.
Thanks, Billy. A pleasing and satisfying shot.
Simply beautiful: beautifully simple. Wonderful composition. This shot will be a favorite, Billy.
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Oh, our astonishing Texas skies!!!! James, you capture those Panhandle skies with incredible beauty and visual poetry!
This is a beautiful, well exposed photograph
Following up upon three well deserved comments from CAS members about your photo, here is my contribution, if I may.
I like much the portrayal of cloud glory above set in contrast to the glowering and growling threatening skies below. I like the welcome inclusion of the two seemingly fleeing huge juggernauts on the road which lend handsome scale to the cloud drama and edifice above.
I have a fond passion for Lenticular clouds, that is, set aside from the mighty and majesterial Anvil clouds – my first cloud love!.
I find great liking to your photograph – it is really pleasing in no small way.
Thanks for putting this wonder onto the CAS Gallery for us to enjoy.
Your photo presents us with an almost water reflection., but with the reflection in obverse Lovely picture!