05.04.2015 The other side of the street

Here is what I was waiting for while making the moon image that I posted yesterday.  I wasn’t sure the sun would be able to light up the clouds, but patience paid off.  When the sun finally did peek out from the clouds at sunrise, it was only though the gaps and not anything I was interested in photographing.  I thought possibly some crepuscular rays would happen but that didn’t materialize.

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About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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31 Responses to 05.04.2015 The other side of the street

  1. Andrew says:

    The sky is something special. It looks like electricity sparking along the cloud edges. An interesting phenomenon and a very cool photo.

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  2. BeeHappee says:

    This is great!!

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  3. Ah very nice image. Beautifully illuminated clouds

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  4. A nice way to start the day. Most of the clouds have a rosy lining with a few I suppose that could pass for a silver lining. Even though you did not get what you hoped for, this photograph is beautiful. As they say, “better luck next time.”

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    • I think they all had a silver lining, Yvonne. And to paraphrase the Stones, whom I am sure were quoting someone else, I may not have got what I wanted, but I sure did get what I needed. 🙂

      Thanks!

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  5. The panoramic ratio of width to height in your framing is effective.

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  6. shoreacres says:

    The way the clouds are edged with color reminds me of dianthus. The analogy’s not perfect, especially since dianthus usually have white rather than colored edges, but the effect’s similar. It’s a lovely photo. i caught the leading edge of tomorrow’s weather tonight — cloud watching is such fun.

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  7. Jim in IA says:

    Those fringes are really nice. I bet they didn’t last long.

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  8. Whoa! What an amazing sky.

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  9. Phil Lanoue says:

    Always a treat when everything comes together and creates such an amazing sky. Terrific image!

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  10. Each sunrise is such a special gift…You did such an amazing job of bringing that thought into your image.

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  11. Oh this is gorgeous, what a beautiful sky ! I wonder how it is possible. Must be special type of clouds ?

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  12. Lottie Nevin says:

    That’s a beaut ❤

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  13. quabbinite says:

    Love these cracked clouds and how they allow just an outline hint of pink along the fore-clouds.

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