By the time I got outside to snap a photo of this cloud, it changed from its original representation of a nerve synapse. The gap between the two aerial nerves collapsed to yield the elongated shape with corrugations in its midsection. It became an amorphous space ship looking for a place to land.
I noticed this cloudy moon on my home from work on New Year’s Eve. A fitting end to a gloomy year. I hope the next one is better,
Only a small portion of this composition bears a resemblance to a fox (to me). It is a conglomeration of figures inside an amorphous cloud. What figures can you see in this composition?
I don’t have an unobstructed view of the sky from our back window. Black telephone and/or power lines interrupt the scene. I pretend that the sky in the picture below is hanging out to dry on the three clotheslines thoughtfully provided.
Something in the automatic settings of my photo editing software made the top part of my cloud picture turn gray. I like to think that it is the darkness of the upper atmosphere.
I had this perfect shot of the only two clouds in the sky, and my only vantage point was obstructed by a TV antenna and a captive Martian. I like the shot anyway.
They said it would be partly cloudy today.
I keep my eye open for interesting manhole covers, street signs, unusual painted lines in parking lots, but one of my original ‘go-to’ subjects is clouds. Many times, cloud formations are the most compelling, but once in a while a single cloud can hold its own.
I love photographs depicting the tops of bridges or very tall buildings, when the rest of the edifice is obscured by clouds. Since I am not inclined to take my camera to great heights or wait for clouds to enshroud a favorite bridge or building, I painted my own misty environment and used sepia ink […]
The cloud I saw today after work looked like a question mark. Doesn’t it?