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¡Qué genial captura, Adolfo!
Geourgeus capture, Adolfo!
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As ever, Adolfo, a lovely photo. I like your photo much indeed as it captures the type of cloud I like most.
Thanks Laurence! I will keep chasing (drifting) clouds…
My kind thanks, Adolfo, for your welcome reply – much appreciated.
I like your Photo Gallery much! You have some really great and lovely cloud photos therein. Good man! I would warmly urge other CAS members to visit his photo gallery. You will not be disappointed.
Great image Laurence! Am I the only one to think it looks like an atomic bomb mushroom cloud? (Hope that doesn’t spoil others’ pleasure!)
Oops, sorry everyone, wrong address! Great image Adolfo! My humble apologies…
A comment from Adolfo…
“A virga is a very beautiful fact that happens relatively often. Normally they are not noticed due to the illumination conditions They are well appreciated before sunset and after sunrise. But even in these moments they are well perceived during only a few minutes. These two pictures of the same formation were taken over Madrid before the sunset with only three minutes of difference among them.”
Thank very much for this – and I commend your unusual presentation of two photos portrayed together for visual comparison. The first of a type I have seen on the photo gallery. Well done!
Lovely shots! Many thanks.
lovely colours Adolfo
Well captured, Adolfo. Very interesting combination of clouds which must have made for interesting viewing at the time of taking the photo.
Cool Question and the answer!Well Done AGM!
Crepuscular rays give the whole view a ” royal” feel, as if a crown of cloud. Great capture!
Dark and moody. These clouds certainly carry some heavy weight!