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An exemplary photograph! Most pleasing and , may I say, the clouds played well to your camera lens!
Thanks much for this splendid view!
Much appreciated Laurence
I would much like to see this photo of yours featured upon the CAS’s 2018 calendar. It is a most pleasing and satisfying shot, must say. I enjoy viewing it continuously.
That said, whoever has the heavy and onerous task of selecting just 12 photos to grace the forthcoming calendar has my great sympathy. Think – the hundreds, if not, thousands, of photos portrayed on the Photo Gallery – which of those would you choose? No easy task, for sure. Enough to drive you to drink, bad time!
That is quite a compliment Laurence, so thank you very much. This won’t drive me to drink, but I will take one on that. Cheers!
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A most beautiful photo.. Top class. Wonderful colours held in by the clouds. A contemplative shot
Thank you kindly.
I like this natural heart shape photo much. It coincides with an elderly couple I know who have today (25th July) celebrated their Diamond wedding anniversary. Their marriage and upbringing of a lovely family is a true model of what a loving marriage should be – and they had really hard times to endure, including war etc
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.