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Discussion in 'Panasonic/Leica Forum' started by Jock Elliott, Jun 29, 2015.
FZ200, contrast punched up with Perfect Effects.
P7260040 by Thomas Dekany, on Flickr
Really captures a mood . . . those skies look very threatening!
I just wasted 5 minutes looking for the big sunset thread and couldn't find it. Here's one if you're into that kind of thing....
sunset over the trees by Luke, on Flickr
That's the kind of sky that gets fire-fighters driving in a westerly direction looking for a blazing barn.
It's hard to imagine who would not be into "that sort of thing" . . . it's a bit like saying "well, if you like beauty" . . . that shot is just gorgeous and it looks to me like it could be a painting.
As you know, Luke, I am a bona fide, unrepentant, not-in-the-12-step-program sky freak, and I would be proud to have taken that shot.
On a related note, i am amazed at the number of times I have seen skies that look, frankly, unreal. My wife and I visited a model railroading club a few years ago, and one of the members had airbrushed a sky on the wall behind the layout. I thought at the time, "skies don't look like that." Well, a couple of nights ago, I saw a sky that looked just that way. We lived in Plainfield, NH, some decades ago. That's where the painter Maxfield Parrish had his studio. the skies in his paintings have a unique look to them that I never thought was real until I lived in Plainfield and saw the sunsets there.
Anyhow, ya done good, and Richard is right; it's time to roll the trucks.
Sydney airport sunrise by Darren Nightingale, on Flickr
Wow, that works for me!
It might be entitled "The next voice you hear . . ." (it's an obscure reference.)
Big skies over Brunswick, NY.
Luke, Where was that shot? Very unusual skies.
Looking west from our back patio. If I hadn't been so lazy, I would have ripped off a few more tonight. I thought of you as some very dramatic weather moved in. But I missed the most amazing formations and I didn't want to capture the leftovers.
Black-and-white-sky by GaryMB, on Flickr
Wow! Very impressive.
keepers dwelling by Michael Wolf, on Flickr
glossy ibis by Michael Wolf, on Flickr
I love skies! The variations in colors and patterns are endless!
Too bad I don't have a Panasonic. ;-)
I caught one this week:
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Untitled by Paul/J, on Flickr
Thanks! Beginning of autumn, lots of rain and skies get turbulent.