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Yes, it certainly does! Somewhat cool and lonely, though. I know from friends it hasn't been too cool in OK lately, however.
Great B&W shot.Sydney - City and Suburbs
I think my preference is colour on sky shots.You asked about hedgehogs in your last post and they are lovely, flea-ridden creatures who do tremendous good in the garden. Sadly they are usually viewed as road-kill on the roads of Britain, one rarely views them in the "flesh" so to speak. There are a lot of animal hospitals set up especially for nursing hedgehogs called Mrs Tiggywinkles after the Beatrice Potter creature.
Absolutely. B&W is always a good choice for sky photos. Well done Bill.
Bonjour.En effet, que voilà un beau ciel nuageux annonciateur de pluie ! Les teintes B&W le rendent plus oppressant...bisous
Living where I do, we so seldom get big dramatic skies like this. It was the sky that I remember most about the central states.
I like how those clouds just seem to roll on forever.
I love the way you included so little of land at the bottom. Makes the sky looks vaguely scary and so huge!
Impressive indeed! Clouds are so fascinating. Very dramatic.
Around here we se fore grey ones than blue ones - and I agree with you.
Oh yes - skies are great in black and white!
Very impressive clouds!
Stunning shot Bill.
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