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9 thoughts on “Jan Hertoghs”

  1. Anthony Skellern says:

    Teriffic shot, Jan – that cheerful red roof against the angry blues of the mammatus!

  2. A.J. Hidding avatar AJ Hidding says:

    Sigh… would love to experience the accompanying sounds and smells that come with this picture. Thanks Jan!

  3. Laurence Green avatar Laurence Green says:

    Nice use of colour and contrast. A very satisfying photo.

  4. Ginnie Powell avatar Ginnie, Austin, Texas USA says:

    Stunning!

  5. Beate Blecher avatar Beate Blecher says:

    And special: the Mammatus with these long fringes,quite beautiful!

  6. Becky says:

    Oh I love the wide open spaces. Such a beautiful contrast against the sky.

  7. bryan says:

    Very nice Jan. What a shot indeed.

  8. Math Gossens says:

    Great to see, thanks for this.

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3 thoughts on “The collective glints of millions of ice crystals combine to give this Sun pillar at sunset, Moerbeke-Waas, O-Vlaanderen, Belgium.”

  1. Hanne Ingerslev avatar Hanne Ingerslev says:

    Striking image ! Sheer joy ! Happy New year from Hanne

  2. Rob McGinley, Wallsend , UK says:

    Nice one Jan!

  3. Francis says:

    Beautiful composition !

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2 thoughts on “René Magritte up in the skies, spotted in the French Ardennes while driving on the small country road from Mécrin to Sampigny.”

  1. Great photo Jan ! I know this is real, because you're certainly no photoshopper… Hope we will see more clouds together soon.

  2. IanL says:

    Comment from Jan "We were on holiday in the French Ardennes, we were driving on the small country road from Mécrin to Sampigny. At 6.15 pm the autumn sun lowered and above the dark and lower lining this pigeon emerged. As Belgians we immediately recognized the signature of our painter René Magritte. Moreover this “L’Oiseau de Ciel” (Sky Bird) is not just a painting, it was to become the logo of our former national airlines Sabena. Both are gone and -as you can see- they're up in the skies!"

    IanL..

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