Friday, February 5, 2010

Instability

26 comments:

Olivier said...

la partie éclairée est magnifique

Joanne said...

Lindo!!!

brattcat said...

Remarkable shot.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Great sky. Great shot.

Kate said...

It's a fascinating shot because of all the different elements occurring at the same time!

Gunn said...

Beautiful,- including the BLUE!
A very nice shot!

Laurent said...

Superbe ! Colors are fantastic.

joo said...

WOW, fabulous sky!

Tricia said...

Now, THAT'S BEAUTIFUL!!! Mother Nature is amazing & glad you captured this shot! Very cool

Jarart said...

Awesome!

afv said...

Impressive and dramatic skies out there.

Lois said...

So much going on in that sky!

Babzy said...

Wow , il y a des soirs où le ciel nous en met plein la vue !!!

VP said...

Great! You have some fantastic clouds over there and you seems to find always the perfect light.

Small City Scenes said...

Oh my gosh that is exceptionally beautiful. As if God is going to be peeking out. Just checking you know. Totally awesome. MB

Kilauea Poetry said...

Wow..what a difference another day can bring..probably still cold I imagine! This is a stunning capture and I agree, you do manage to capture the best light- incredible JM-

Jacob said...

Good title...with a sky like that one would not know what to expect...could be nothing or it could be a really forceful and destructive storm.

It's a beautiful photo!

Joan Elizabeth said...

Aren't we fortunate the way the sky gives us endless delightful paintings ... makes my heart sing.

Dina said...

Wow, that is quite a stack of differing elements!

Carolyn said...

Beautiful photo and great title.

Sharon said...

What a stunning sky!

Saretta said...

What a dramatic sky! Beautiful!

gogouci said...

very dramatic image

Anzu said...

You could catch a dramatic change
of the sky.

It's the beauty of miracle.

Dean Grey said...

JM!

What a breathtaking shot!

Was this before or after a big storm?

-Dean

J Bar said...

It's a dramatic but beautiful sky.
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