Mother-of-pearl Clouds-Posted on August 6, 2018 by Seenorway

Senorway scene-mother of pearl clouds

I can’t resist sharing this stunning photo from Seenorway-Mother of Pearl Clouds

And here is the narrative that is included in the original post-

Norwegian-Jeg beklager at det ikke ble bedre fokus på selve skybildet, men – bildet ble tatt med et eldre kamera og skybildet var dertil ganske diffust. Dette kameraet greide rett og slett ikke å finne et brukbart fokuseringspunkt, og da gjør man bare så godt man kan .

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English-I’m sorry that the focus on the clouds themselves didn’t turn out better than it did here, but the camera in use was a rather obsolete model and furthermore the clouds were kind of fuzzy. The camera just couldn’t find a focus point to be trusted! And in such cases there are few solutions, but doing the best one may – under the circumstances.

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-Eugenia


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5 replies

  1. Nice of you to re-blog! I’m sure we’ll have some new visitors here very soon!

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    • I find that it’s beat create a new post on my blog rather than reblog. 1) the image is always the first thing others see because it is at the top of the page. 2) I can control the font color so it will be legible against my dark background.

      Images are always the biggest draw thus the reason I place my images at the top of my posts and any narrative below the image.

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  2. Thanks for sharing. I love images of all sorts, and especially appreciate this one because it is of the sky where I look on a very regular basis. Although I love white fluffy clouds, they can be a bit on the blah side after awhile. Your images with all its colors gave these clouds some gitty up and go power. They s-t-r-e-a-m across the sky. I actually leaned into my computer screen to get a closer perspective.

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  3. Still-life aurora borealis!

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