Last edited by Snappa; 4th April 2008 at 08:58 PM.
how about these? any comments?
Last edited by schubertho; 5th April 2008 at 12:23 AM.
Here's one I took in Trinidad and Tobago. No PP (except whatever smugmug slapped on), JPEG from my D200 with 70-200VR.
Thanks for the comments. This was captured in Lake Wakatipu, South Island, NZ. I was driving back to Queenstown. Dark clouds were gathering over the lake and it started drizzling. But the rays of light penetrating through the dark clouds onto the lake and the island provided a surreal scene. I stopped my car, got out and changed to my 90mm. and took a few shots before the drizzle turned to heavy rain. It was all over in a few minutes.
Hi, here is a recent one from me.
favourite trio taken when i first got my k100d (pardon the saturation then)
wah....all the clouds are so contrasty!
here's one i took in Cairns a short while back. It was a sun set pic...taken right out from my balcony where i stayed...i simply loved the place and it really had relaxed me.... This short in fact is a HDR shot.
Canon, cAnon, caNon, canOn, canoN....Simply Loving IT!!
Seems like everyone here has posted daytime/sunset/sunrise pictures. Here are a couple of night shots:
Wowwwww amazing...you guys sure take excellent photographs .... Well I have a question here - I guess all these cloud shots taken - did not use a Flash, am I correct or wrong?.....
Wish I could take pictures like that ! cheers !
my recent ones
here's two shots i took last month
Poodle in the sky
My contribution, from a recent visit to New Zealand last December:
This one more a reflection of the clouds rather than the clouds themselves:
Some taken on a bus while in Japan. (:
Rural areas tend to have nicer clouds.
Olympus Now and Forever