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Build on, and make thy castles high and fair,
Rising and reaching upward to the skies;
Listen to voices in the upper air,
Nor lose thy simple faith in mysteries.
(Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
Incredible sandcastle constructed and photographed by Sue McGrew.
Thank you to Glitsy and ZebraMule for the textures.
Clouds brewing on top of the 14,345 ft (4,372 m) high Blanca Peak in Colorado. I know 1:00 PM is a really bad time to do landscape work but I kind of liked those clouds.
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Perranuthnoe beach last weekend. I love the way the receding waves uncover the cloud reflected in the wet sand. Blowing a gale here, but still no snow!
The heath from behind my house and it become so beautiful because of the clouds.
Noticed this fantastic looking cloud last night, then a quick dash around to find something to shoot against it.
Explore on 27 Apr 2009. Highest position #1. YOU did it again, all my dear FRIENDS! Many many thanks!
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A shelf cloud developed over Airdrie on August 7th, 2014. Here, I caught it rolling in. Later catching up with John Andersen.
Wonderful light and clouds at Perranuthnoe Beach yesterday morning. I had to wait quite a while for the tide to recede, revealing the wet sand underneath, and fortunately the clouds gathered in rather nice formations for me!
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Clouds are fluffy, puffy things
That drift across the sky
They fill our eyes with fairy tales
Whenever they pass by
Some look like boats and sailing ships
Sometimes a swan or queen
The sky is full of fantasy
It's nature's movie screen
Come see the many magic scenes
In heaven demonstration
It only takes a glance on high
And your imagination
It has been 15 years since last time I came here with my family. Hehuan Mountain is the hometown of clouds. Its height is 3417 meters. I drive with my family by my SUV to here today. The weather here is about 3°C . I know many countries are even colder than this in the ordinary winter days but for us living in the subtropical climate area which is very very cold. The Chinese Lunar Year is coming at 19th,02,2015. I wish all of you a lucky, healthy and happy Lunar New Year.
“Take the time to visualize the beautiful rainbows in the storm clouds of life..”
Tom Man -
Another image from my muddy jeep adventure
Finally making friends with the D800
a view of my favorite Superstition Mountains
Gortmore Panorama, 18 images stitched to make a panoramic image looking from Binevenagh on the left to the end of the Innishowen Peninsula on the right. The hills of Donegal protrude above the clouds in the distance. Cloud covered the whole area of Magilligan below Gortmore - something I believe is called "Cloud Inversion." I have seen images of this before, but this is my 1st capture of it.
I have no idea of the meteorological reasons for it but it was great to see it, even if it was a little strange hearing life go on below and not being able to see it.
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The clouds in this storm, were spectacular, taken at Seagrove Beach, FL. No 2 storms are the same, God's creation here is amazing. Cant wait to see heaven!
THIS IS A FIRE RAINBOW - THE RAREST OF ALL NATURALLY OCCURRING ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA.
CLOUDS HAVE TO BE CIRRUS, AT LEAST 20K FEET IN THE AIR, WITH JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF ICE CRYSTALS AND THE SUN HAS TO HIT THE CLOUDS AT PRECISELY 58 DEGREES.
Thanks to mariamiller18 for finding this cool tidbit above.
I've seen this phenomena maybe 4x since I've taken up photography but this is my best capture. It must be from a rainbow but it looks more like its shaped with the cloud. I just think its mesmerizing. Used a circular polarizer to bring out the details.