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Did the so elusive Green Flash appear when the sun finally set?
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What makes this a stunning photo, is the reflection in Fusaro Lake! It’s like an added bonus.
Great photo! so serene, calm and tranquil as one sits there and reflects on the day it has been and watches the sun go down without being disturbed by everyday hustle and bustle of city life. From Rebecca Hill
Ah! Another “visitation” by these peculiar clouds.
Lovely shot, as ever, from you, Modestino.
A great capture this one. On occasions we see these cloud types around this district here of Wagga Wagga Australia. Cheers, Ken.
Great shot, thanks!
This is a memorable photo! What a sight, eh?!!?
To me, when I view this rather weird yet wonderful image, it seems to take on the form of a giant Manta Ray fish enjoying a ballet or having a nice easy dance!
Thanks, Modestino, for another of your photos which I always enjoy.
Beautifully sculpted – I see a mushroom cap – -hmm, I must be hungryThis is truly a keeper!
A marvellous, romantic and, in my opinion, sensuous image. Thanks Modestino. As ever , from you, a great photo which you have taken to share with us.
(Una meravigliosa, romantica e, a mio parere, l’immagine sensuale. Modestino grazie. Come sempre, da voi, che avete preso una bella foto da condividere con noi.)
Wonderful shot. Thanks for sharing with us.
What wonderful colors . great eye
This is an excellent illustration of a Fallstreak hole – a type of cloud formation I have yet to see.
Would the cloud you photographed be the same one photographed by Edward Fino at Nove, Vicenza? Your photo, and his, look very similar. Would this be a “first” where two CAS members have photographed the same cloud?!?
Here is Edward’s photo for comparison:-