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Burren skyscape

By Tooth
One from a few months back, and surprise surprise for me a cloudscape - a welling cumulonimbus seen from I think somewhere near Ballyvaughan

Thanks for looking, all comments and critique welcome as always

**AS THE CUMULONIMBUS IS OFTEN CONSIDERED THE KING OF THE CLOUDS, I'M USING THIS AS THE INAUGURAL PIC OF THE "CLOUDS AND CLOUDSCAPES" GROUP..

PS not sure yet how the group thing works, I'm uploading this here as well till I work out how things work...enjoy either way

Tags: Cloud Ireland Clare Burren Cumulonimbus Landscape and travel

Voters: lifesnapper, Dennis_Bromage, ChrisStyles and 14 more


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Dennis_Bromage 9 45 20 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2010 6:06PM
A fine image & that is a wonderful sky with great clouds that's for sure Smile
Den

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Melanie_M 11 168 9 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2010 6:44PM
A fascinating sky, with the dark cloud against the bright of the rising power of the cumulonimbus. Some cropping from the FG would give the clouds more prominence.
25 Jul 2010 7:06PM
Stephen, you take me back to a holiday more than 30 years ago, to a magical landscape which you have captured so well here. Limestone (?) and clouds, with sea... excellent.

Mike
Tooth 11 5.8k 227 Ireland
25 Jul 2010 7:23PM

Quote:Some cropping from the FG would give the clouds more prominence


yay Melanie, you'd fit in well in the Clouds and Cloudscapes group...cheers Smile

@ Mike..
yes Mike Limestone. the Burren is a limestome karst, (so I'm told) and quite rare as such in that it meets the sea. A very barren landscape on the surface, but extremely fertile in the cracks between the rocks, and a magical mysterious, at times lunar, landscape.

Cheersall


Stephen
UBOAT 9 41 Scotland
27 Jul 2010 10:46PM
Great picture Stephen, full of drame and nice lightig.

connor

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