February 24, 2007

Cloud study



Around the time this photo was taken, I realised that I have become quite fascinated with clouds. Photographing them is great, but it's also important to live in the moment. What makes the shape of a cloud?

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Blogger Paul Capewell said...

I love how from the ground they look both flat and tall. And...sorta deep.

But until you fly through them and above them, you've no idea how physical and HUGE they are.

And how some exist for half an hour, and some roll across whole continents.

Cumulonimbus(sp?) are my favourites, mostly because its quite rare to see one so well formed, and cos I'm a lightning/thunder nut. Woop!

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Blogger jb said...

Then you definitely need this book

J

http://www.amazon.com/Cloudspotters-Guide-Gavin-Pretor-Pinney/dp/0399532560/sr=8-1/qid=1172401081/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/002-2377725-2436818?ie=UTF8&s=books

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