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This is the full colour version of the one I posted a few weeks ago, the River Thames at Erith, Kent 20 minute walk from where we live, taken in the late evening with the tide out, I could not believe that sky almost forgot to take photos! taken on fujichrome slide film and scanned in!
This is Englands famous Seven Sisters on the sussex coast, it's all to do with mood and atmosphere and of course that fabulous sky!
The sky grew darker, painted blue on blue, one stroke at a time, into deeper and deeper shades of night.
just another sunset from Mono Lake!! it was awesome there, the water was still and flat, looked like a mirror. and then the sky went off!! it was a beautiful thing to see.
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I´d a big computer problem in the last weeks. Windows "wished help" me. The resoult? All my pictures "has gone" from my external hard disc, but I´m still very lucky, because I´ve all my pictures on a pen drive too. A great job waiting for me now, creating of new files for example...but my computer is sound now!
This boat zoomed by as I was sitting on my pontoon boat taking image of the sunset on the lake. The skies were amazing to me. I think the guy driving the boat was much enjoying the lake and sunset too. How could one not enjoy that sky
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This was taken over the Crayford marshes in January 2009 and those streaks in that sky is actually falling snow and coloured by the sunrise!
This receding storm produced a tornado a mile from where I lived. The colors and layers were amazing, and no one photo can quite convey the grandeur. Colors ranged from icy turquoise to intense golds and pinks, and everything was swirling and counter-swirling.
I am not a friend of November. Dark days, wet and cloudy, dull and cold is the normal mood of this month. This year Novermber started with perfect weather and we enjoyed a great Saturday fishing pike and trout.
Thought this sky deserved another outing, don't have much in my archives and this was noisey\ flared and other yucky stuff so tried some rescue work but had haven't had time to go to crazy on it. Would have preferred some more foreground interest but to get a close view with my lenses this was the best I could do. Its Almost Monday Ahhhh!!
Thought this was a good splash of colour after my last few B&W /toned images
Nikon D80, Nikkor 18-70/3.5-4.5, ISO 140, f/10, 1/250, 18mm
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“This is love:
to fly toward a secret sky,
to cause a hundred veils to fall each moment.
First to let go of life. Finally, to take a step without feet.”
The sky decided to wear a "coat of many colors" as the sun went down to finish a Day and begin a beautiful Night.
CameraCanon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length 35 mm
ISO Speed 100
Rakel este bello atardecer es tuyo.
Persistent contrails photographed from Rozel Point near the Great Salt Lake
Front Page Explore !!! (10th Nov #30)
Just wanted to try something different, so opted for a look without any rocks or foreground interest for a change.
Sorry if I haven’t visited your recent uploads lately, have been busy.
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Castle De Haar- The Netherlands
Yes Ratcliffe Power station and the River Soar again....not so much of a classic sunrise...it didn't make an appearance. ...but it didn't stop it from colouring the sky in spectacular fashion.....
A little farm down the road.
There was a large brush fire burning down the road which caused this sky.
Somewhere above Peninsular Malaysia (flight from Penang to Guangzhou).
Stormy Skies, taken from Almorness Point looking towards Bengairn and Screel Hill in Galloway. I seem to have found a passion for stormy skies.
21st April 2012
Canon 5D MKII
Canon EF17-40mm f/4L USM
Exposed 1/50 Second
Lee Soft Grad 0.75
Processed in CS5.1 & Lightroom 3.6
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