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Interesting contrast in the sky! It is interesting how the sky is divided up into the 2 different areas, as the mid-level cloud weather front of dark Altocumulus, which can’t be penetrated by the sun and its silver lining moves through in one half of the sky and the other half in the distance is bright blue and fine! the hilly farm landscape at the base of the photo is lush green and fertile! From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
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Lovely shot, Juergen!
This may interest you.
Via the BBC news’s Weather Watchers website – this may attract your attention:-
For folks in the USA the 31st January also heralds a total lunar eclipse.
5 stars from me – nice heebiejebbies shot – your house?
I certainly go along with Linda’s comment. A truly dramatic shot, electrifying (pun definitely intended!).
This could be likened to a spine chilling scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s film, Psycho.
This is drama – and so well portrayed in monochrome!
Good atmospheric shot, Juergen!
What a amazing image, thanks for sharing Juergen.
I see a bird sitting on a rock.
Wonderful image Juergen…. a dramatic abstract in red & black.
absolutely gorgeous deep sunset colours – a beautiful image !
Another great shot Juergen. Fantastic. Must have been fun seeing this one…. Nice….
YOWZERS!!!! Awesome shot Juergen.
A really great photo of lightning. I love its vibrant blue colour.
Amazing image – very well caught, Juergen!
It looks so strong! At the same time somewhat playful, with all the twirly bits…
Spectacular capture, Juergen – I’m surprised it hasn’t blown up my monitor just looking at it!
WOOOOOOWWWWWEEEEEEE. Love this picture
Every time I look at this it reminds me of someone playing air guitar!
What a winner; fantastic cloud and photograph.
A mightly cloud – the heavens in glorious tumult! Its majesty is something to behold – and not forget.
The colours, and the contrast, how lovely!!
Wonderful picture, Juergen
The image shows the transit of Venus (the little dot).
The sky was a little bit cloudy an hazy. Therefore, the image is not sharp lyre.
We had only a few minutes after sunrise, the opportunity to observe the transit of Venus. Then again clouds covered the sun.
It appears blurry to me, but at the same time, if I had taken this, I would be pretty proud of it. Very Cool Juergen!!
Hi Juergen, can you tell me, what did you use as a filter?
I heard this happens once every 100 years, so good job!
The photo was made with an Canon 1100D, 300 mm (SIGMA APO DG 70-300), F/8, 1/320 sec, ISO-200, RAW (CR2).
The filter is: Polaroid HD Multi-Coated Verialble Range Neutral Density.
Wieder mal ein seltener Fang über Germany, vielen Dank !
Beautiful atmosphere and movement – and I hope we’ll see again Asperatus this summer !
It creates a wonderful feeling of movement and freedom. Oh to be a cloud!
Love the sunbeams brteaking through on the right hand side of the photo.