Thursday, 22 July 2010

Cloud Layers.

During a stroll this week I stood and watched the layers float above the local landscape while we waited for much needed rain to drench the soil.
Immediately behind me the formation was totally different.

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19 comments:

  1. I keep telling myself to stop and shoot some of the clouds I've been seeing lately but never do. Thanks. Carol

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  2. Wow! I can even see the layered details on its wings!

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  3. Lovely shots showing the depth of the view. And don't you just love it when you turn 180 degrees and see a completely different day?!

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  4. I'm always observing the neat cloud formations we get here in S Dakota USA...I esp love your last photo, I like the 'donut' hole clouds. :o)

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  5. I love the clouds, even the dark ones, Frank.

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  6. Wonderful cloud formations! Definitely worth taking a photo!
    The warm hot weather has been brilliant, but the rain has also been welcomed for our gardens and landscapes. Enjoy your weekend Frank

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  7. Oh my gosh Frank, there are so many stunning pictures on your previous blogs. Wonderful details in the butterflies, dragonflies etc. Love them all.

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  8. Beautiful clouds and skies. Wonderful photos! happy skywatching!

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  9. I always find the ever changing cloud formations fascinating, especially when clouds at different levels move in different directions.
    Did you get the much needed rain I wonder. So far this month we have only had a little over half an inch.

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  10. Carol. You should do just that. I'd love to see the formations over Kentucky Carol.

    stan. Thank for your visit but was your comment directed at a previous post?

    Frostbite and Sunburn. Thanks for dropping by. Yes, the sky changes every blink of the eye AND in every direction.

    Jann E. Interestingly I think the first sky picture I took was a 'doughnut' formation. Has a tasty feel about it..lol.

    Bob B. Still waiting for a dark one to pass over and release its cargo.

    Shirleyanne. Spent a lot of time looking down recently so it was good to see what is going on overhead. I think you have had much more rain than over here. I'm still watering pots like crazy!

    SAPhotographs. Thanks for formally joining the "Early Birder" Joan. I think I'm slowly getting to grips with the digital gear plus the summer weather has been good for the flowers and flutters.

    Eileen. Thank you.

    Midmarsh John. Me too. Still very dry here John, still waiting and waiting!

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  11. Always loved looking at clouds,I have. Absolutely breath-taking landscapes!

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  12. Thanks Amila. There's always something different overhead.

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  13. Clouds are always a source of amazement Frank and have so many variations.

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  14. Looks like we were enjoying the "layers" from both sides of the pond!

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  15. Lovely big sky pics. I love looking at clouds. Lying in the grass and following them with my eyes, sheer bliss!

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  16. Kathiesbirds. Sure does Kathie.

    Hilke Breder. That position certainly beats stretching the neck!

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  17. ...beautiful!! Must have been a fantastic feel to look up and see those massive cloud formations.

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  18. Kelly. Far more interesting than looking at a 'grey wash' overhead.

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