Tweaking Tuesday: A Guest Appearance

It’s very rare for me to post a photo that’s not an original, but there are times when it seems appropriate. My blogging buddy Liz down in the South Island posted a photo (of her Nigel’s) on her site (here) back on December 3rd featuring what she called a “toast cloud.” She said that she’d not seen a cloud like this before, and neither had I. I was intrigued asked them if I could play with it a bit, and she and Nigel were happy to let me. She liked my result and kindly suggested that I offer it in a post of my own. So here ya go.

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18 Responses to Tweaking Tuesday: A Guest Appearance

  1. Ms. Liz says:

    Surreal! fantastic effort Gary, glad you posted it.
    We love it :)

  2. I remember when she posted that strange and photogenic cloud.

  3. shoreacres says:

    That’s a great shot. It looks like a lenticular cloud that’s in the process of disintegrating.

    • krikitarts says:

      I had the same thought. There are so many aspects to clouds, and it seems that there’s a regular stream (or, rather, trickle) of types that are new to the experience.

  4. krikitarts says:

    Yep, my thought too. Thanks to Nigel and Liz!

  5. Adrian Lewis says:

    Beautiful image, and an intriguing cloud – there seem to be so many “exotic” cloud types known these days. :)

    • krikitarts says:

      It’s a fascinating area of study, and you’re right. It used to be pretty straightforward back when I was first learning about them, but there are whole societies devoted to them now.

  6. bluebrightly says:

    That’s great black and white work, Gary, and what a strange cloud. I was just looking at some odd ones today that were the opposite of this in a way – like wispy nets, interconnected but in ragged strings.

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