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An exemplary photograph! Most pleasing and , may I say, the clouds played well to your camera lens!
Thanks much for this splendid view!
Much appreciated Laurence
I would much like to see this photo of yours featured upon the CAS’s 2018 calendar. It is a most pleasing and satisfying shot, must say. I enjoy viewing it continuously.
That said, whoever has the heavy and onerous task of selecting just 12 photos to grace the forthcoming calendar has my great sympathy. Think – the hundreds, if not, thousands, of photos portrayed on the Photo Gallery – which of those would you choose? No easy task, for sure. Enough to drive you to drink, bad time!
It’s a great picture with the depth of the multiple skylines and the huge 3-dimensionality of the clouds.
What I say next is not intended in any way as a criticism or to detract from the value of the photograph, it’s just an observation: isn’t that river the A896?
This is like mountain tops on fire.
Fantastic Image well taken
Your photo coincides with a similar photo released today (22 December) on the NASA APOD webpage but this time featuring a jet airliner.
Here is the link to the photo and a brief informative explanation of how this sort of thing occurs.
Amazing picture, Keith. K-H are difficult to be seen. Your landscape is beautiful without them but by adding them it is really magic. Thanks for sharing. I will keep it in my folder “maybe a day I can take one similar..”
I fully agree with Adolfo’s comment. This is an incredible shot of those very elusive and rather camera shy K-H clouds. Certainly a sight to behold. Warm thanks, Keith, for capturing this amazing event and sharing it with us. Highly appreciated.
Fantastic capture, beautifully composed!
Superb Image Keith well composed and captured
This alludes to an article today on the BBC’s news (Scotland0 web page. I posted this onto the CAS Forum:-
Here is a remarkable image of a WHITE fog bow photographed at Rannoch Moor, west Scotland:-
A great photo with lovely composition and exposure.
Superb capture right place-right time
Here, released today (23 November) on the BBC News “Scotland” website is yet another remarkable image only this time capturing three phenomena – a white fog bow, cloud inversion and a brocken spectre. – and all in one image! Photographed at Rannoch Moor, west Scotland. Marvellous capture!
Peerless and wonderful!
Wow. Photo looks like somewhere on another world. Glad to see a photo from Greenland. Keep up the g0od work over there, Steven.