Right then: here's what I woke up to this morning

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  1. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    It looks nice, but only announced a very rainy, extremely grey day. The clouds moved in fast after this and brought the warm and ugly weather...

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    I love the colors in this one and I like the sillouette of the tops of the houses! Nice one!!
     
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    how do you not wanna stare at a sky that has so much color in it..? and you got almost ever color of pink and red in there.... very neat..

    i just love capturing sky at daybreak and dusk.....the colors are always awesome...
     
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    Well at least it started good ;)
    I also like the roof tops here.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    It only STARTED like this: now at 5:30 p.m. it is pouring and the sky looks like THIS:

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    Sweet. Great eye on this one Corina. Love the houses and sky.

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    I love the colors in the sky on this shot. The homes seem a bit distracting to me. If there was a way to get around them for this shot, I think I would have liked the shot a lot more though it's still beautiful. Nice work!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Which of the two? Top or the other? The other was not intended to be "a good photo", just to show you HOW much to the worse the lovely morning sky changed in the course of the day, and my only vantage point for these photos-towards-the-east is the window of my husband's study. Without the houses, the second would have been like an empty film, I fear... ;)
     
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    pfff I see gray sky all the time... no sun, no sky, no colours...
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, for a matter of only minutes, that grey sky that we had all day (meanwhile it is black) turned this sulphuric yellow. Looked eerie. It was because behind the clouds the sun set. I don't know if I captured that (I was standing in the open window upstairs and was still getting rained on, for it is raining this hard)?
    Maybe our dramatic sky expert Wood Sac could have a go at the second and bring out a bit more of the drama there was, cloudwise? (It is straight from the camera, no adjustments whatsoever, apart from the frame and the resize).
     

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