Morning storm

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  1. photobug

    photobug TPF Noob!

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    Little thunder boomer rolled through early this morning.

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  2. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    The first is pretty cool, its like the 'bat signal' for photobug, calling him into action when there are cool shots to be had 8)
     
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    Nice skies! Gorgeous color. Cool :)
     
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    Wow...the clouds on that last one are amazing. I love how your signature isnt too obvious and intrusive
     
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    Nice sky pictures you have here Jim. I like the wonderful lighting and contrast in your last one. It's very soothing to look at.
     
  6. Geronimo

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    Oh yawn, another fabulous photo from Jim. :p

    I love the details in the clouds and the ray of light in the first photo.
     
  7. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yes, I also much like the first photo, that one's got some very nice colours - the last one's impressive, too, if it weren't for the pole in the middle. That one's quite distracting, I think.

    But the first... stunning!
     
  8. photobug

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    Vonn- "bug signal" maybe? :lol:

    Lungfarmer- thank you, they turned out better than I though they would.

    Zac- I spent way more time watching than I did shooting, so I probably missed all the really good stuff. The conditions were changing so fast I found myself standing there going "cool!" when I should have been taking pics.

    Harpper- strangely, that was as colorful as it got. It was mostly the blue/grey/white thing, which surprised me. Given that this was right at sunup I figured there would be some awesome red/orange stuff going, but... ??

    Gero- I wasn't sure any of these would approach what the sky really looked like. No great color, but the layering & subtle color changes were super.

    LaFoto- thank you! And yes, I probably need to clone the pesky pole out. I'd go cut it down, but the power company is really pissy about stuff like that for some reason. :twisted:
     
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    Oh yeahhh!!! Dramatic work. I love the phrase thunder boomer.
     
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    Wow! Such depth... how do you do that!?
     
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    Beautiful!!!

    #1 is my fav
     
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    Classic work as always Jim!
     

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