Neat Clouds

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  1. Dioboleque

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    Walked out the front door to find this neat cloud formation the other day... :sillysmi:

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    I dont see a picture
     
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    I see it... does anyone else see it?
     
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    i see it.
    cool clouds.
     
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    i like the clouds as well, but id like to see some ground as well.
     
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    I'm with Beth: I'm missing some sort of "anchor" in the photo (a thin stretch of ground). The formation as such was very "photo-inviting", I must agree!!!
     
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    Thanks for the comments! I understand about including some ground but unfortunately the ground area that was directly beneath these clouds isn't exactly photo worthy, so I felt the best thing was to eliminate it completely. Also, my zoom was as wide as it would go, I think, so I would have lost the top 1/3 of the clouds to include some ground and I felt it took away too much from the clouds. :sillysmi:
     

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