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Mountain vs. cloud

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by greyflash, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. Hey James, you comments are much appreciated. Nature does create some beautiful things.


    Apr 30, 2005
    Hi Greyflash.....

    Simply beautiful. We dont get clouds like that in the big city !
    Or such masjectic views either.

    Thanks for posting.


  3. Quite the catch Gordon, particularly the first one. Majestic!!
  4. Hi Gordon -

    What a great combination they make! In the case of mountain vs. cloud, I'd say that 1 + 1 = 3 . . .

    Very inviting scenery out in your neck of the woods! Good eye and great shots.


  5. gordon
    great shots! i would bet steves was trying to type 2nd vs. nd.
    sure would love to get out west for some shooting, i am jealous
  6. RFC, Frits, Eric and Dave, thanks a bunch for you nice comments. I was on the way to a job and saw that cloud and pulled over for the shot. I'm glad that I did.
  7. National Parks are often the greatest places to shoot. Those are really some interesting cloud formations. Did you happen to notice the disc shaped UFO at very top? They probably sped away after you took the picture. Oh, it's way past my bedtime...
  8. I did notice the UFO and will get my Giottas Rocket after that little puppy right away. Thanks for your comments.
  9. hans


    Feb 5, 2005
    The Netherlands
    Very impressive Gordon, great work.
  10. I take that as a compliment Hans with all the great sky shots you have done recently.
  11. The mountain or cloud would each be beautiful on its own--combined it is just fantastic. Love these pictures.
  12. Timing is everything

    and you nailed this one great color detail and composition i am awe struck
  13. Hi Terry and Mike, how fun to see your comments. It's funny mike because I was struck the same way when I saw this beautiful cloud. I immediately pulled over, got out of the car, and took the image.
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