Another Sundowner

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by woodsac, Dec 31, 2005.

  1. woodsac

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    This was my favorite shot of the day :mrgreen: I'm sure it was more impressive actually being there?

    Not my typical bright and colorful sunset, but I really enjoyed watching this cloud form. I took several shots over the cours of about 1 hour! It just kept getting bigger and bigger. I was almost 20 miles away from this spot when I first started shooting it and it was much smaller. This isn't a crop. That's all I could capture with the 17-85mm wide open! When the little piece finally broke off of the back, the sun happened to be above the clouds :thumbup:

    I was waiting for some rays to pop out and shine down, but it never happened.


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  2. Mohain

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    Wow! Amazing! Biblical! I love your shots.
     
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    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Man it is amazing to see clouds like these form in the sky....could watch that all day. Nice capture. :)
     
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    great atmospheric shot, i thought armagedon was due in a few years...
     

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