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Oh, our astonishing Texas skies!!!! James, you capture those Panhandle skies with incredible beauty and visual poetry!
This is a beautiful, well exposed photograph
Following up upon three well deserved comments from CAS members about your photo, here is my contribution, if I may.
I like much the portrayal of cloud glory above set in contrast to the glowering and growling threatening skies below. I like the welcome inclusion of the two seemingly fleeing huge juggernauts on the road which lend handsome scale to the cloud drama and edifice above.
fantastic shot! Makes you feel very small…..
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A mmentous and enthralling photo from you, Paul. As ever, excellent and a veritable hallmark of your style of excellent photography paying, as it does, grand homage to a wonderful cloud vista. A meticul0usly and thoroughly well composed moody and atmospheric shot.
Most commendable indeed!
Thank you for the sharing of this.
A momentous and enthralling photo from you, Paul. As ever, excellent and a veritable hallmark of your style of excellent photography paying, as it does, grand homage to a wonderful cloud vista. A meticul0usly and thoroughly well composed moody and atmospheric shot.
Very commendable indeed!
Roberta, thanks very much for this most welcome and warming picture, Here in the UK we are not enjoying lovely weather like this! Typically British. All rather cold and murky.
Spring -roll on, quickly!
super capture Roberta, as Laurence mentioned a lot of fog and mist here in the UK
Definitively, a good reason to stop the car and take that picture.
Amen to Adolfo’s comment. Stunning picture.
Looks like someone has set of a home made nuclear bomb in their backyard! That jokinglysaid aside, great shot!
This is stunning!!! How can drivers drive safely while seeing such a sight if they don’t pull over? Glad you did.
I like your moody shot very much. I used to live at nearby Benfleet, Essex and often walked from there to Leigh on Sea along the levy and often witnessed dramatic and lovely cloud formations, especially in the area of Hadleigh Castle.
Your photo has rekindled nice memories for me. Thanks much indeed.
This a terrific shot! Full of atmosphere, great lighting and capturing “our clouds” in full blast and glory. It must have been a great pleasure for you to have captured this marvellous scene with your camera.
Thanks, warmly, for sharing this photo gem with us.
Wonderful pic – it’s like something out of a sci-fi film!
A very atmospheric and dramatic shot, John. Thanks for giving us members the view you were fortunately able to see and capture. Marvellous!
Your photo is now my current screen saver – it makes for a great image, for sure!
Shades of the film, “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” comes to mind. Lovely shot!
A nice big open feel about this photo. Good cycling country, I think, wish I were there right now just peddling away.
Drama well captured, Clare. One could be forgiven for thinking the storms are tornadoes. Many thanks.
Great capture. 10/10
Most wondrous sight meeting my eyes is, yes!