My personal footsteps of photography and quick notes...
1/5000? I took this with aperture priority mode and took this shot just after yesterday's. I should have used around F8 fro this one, but may be not must different. The Situation was at top of the roof, the sun is just behind. Hence blue colour is washed out at the bottom of image.
woah...this and the bottom are wondrous!
So very cool!! Unusually so.
Tena koe ehoaWe are blessed with not having asmuch pollution as some other countries which in turn means our natural colours are somewhat still pure although not completely. The skies over head provide a wonderful skyscape at times and it's marvelous to just sit back and admire the natural fluidity of natures elements. Nice capture Ben
Thank you, everybody. I love NZ sky and while (not always) clouds. It never be enough to see that changing shape and colours. It is a gift and I'm loving to capture them in every occasion.
Yes, skies and clouds are indeed a beautiful gift. You have caught the light on these wispy ones really nicely. The graduation from deep blue at the top to the lighter part at the bottom creates subtlety to the image.
Very interesting clouds. Nice catch!
Fun! It looks like the bottom half of a cartoon character - kind of like short legs trying to run away????
This is magnificent! You've outdone yourself!One more of your magical sky shots under your belt!Cheers!
Yes, that sky is gorgeous. The cloud is an absolute stonker too!
Thanks, everyone.Oh Meg, now you said, and those old monotone, music old cartoons in my head.
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