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Thank you Mitch for rising early and catching this unusual and spectacular scene and then sharing it with us.
A well composed and well thought out photo, Mitch.
I like the use of the 1/3rds old and fabled photographic technique which never fails to please one visually i.e. the employment of the two trees in the foreground to, in effect, support the cloud centred uppermost, and then, the three clouds one third in on the left of the lower part of the photo. “The Thirds” never fail photographically.
Alberto Ostacchini June 2013
Amazing clouds and great shot overall.
Extremely beautiful. Both colours, composition and shapes are making this photo unique! Thank you so much Mitch!
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Very dramatic sky, Christina! The dark sky in the distance, with the sun shining on it certainly looks threatening, already to produce an afternoon late-autumn thunderstorm soon and highlights the long, straight city streets and business district in the foreground! Hope that you weren’t caught out when the storm did eventually come! Run for cover! Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
Christina, thanks for this dramatic shot!
I like the glowering skies, all moody and forbidding, and prophetic of heavy rain to come. I also like the stark of the sunlight, soon to come to end, in the foreground.
We had something like this here in Yate, south Gloucestershire, UK,yesterday. Huge mammatus clouds which delivered big rain. The skies were as dark as the one your photo portrayed.
A nice monochrome serene reflection of the beautiful mountain scenery, mist and sunset at the end of another long day! What will tomorrow bring? Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
Yes, I can definitely see the head in the clouds in this picture! Looks like the head is a bit surprised and staring straight ahead at whatever is going on at the time. Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia