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I am admirer of your lovely entrancing photos and the latest one submitted by you testifies to my continued admiration of your wonderful photographic work.
Thanks so much for sharing this spectacular image with us. Great work, wonderful composition and exposure giving full gravitas and homage to the ever changing cloud kingdom.
Yet again Laurence I must say thank you for your kind comments. I suppose ever since I was a youngster I have always watched or looked at the sky and the clouds in it. Having the funds to buy the better cameras and actually live through my work in the locations where the sky is very expressive to wit the tropics I have ‘filled my boots’ as they say. I now live back in England and whilst the sky is not as dramatic it has it moments.
Living in place say for two years or more allows one to establish the weather patterns and thereby source the best material. Its hard to get lucky on a short annual holiday. You can but not regularly. Go to Florida when there is a ‘Bermuda High’ sat offshore squashing all ‘weather’ that brings drama and for a few year’s consecutive annual holidays. Great for the tan but….
The photo above was taken at around 5.20am from memory and living 30m from the water I had an unobstructed view of the sky. Between April/May until late October there was usually never a dull moment in the skies above Nassau in The Bahamas.