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Posted By: Bruce Clark, 03-25-2018, 02:26 AM

I have not posted here for a while. Better late than never.

I saw this unusually coloured cloud formation last night. It had been odd weather all day, heavy rain with breaks of sunshine. The bronze colouring on the bottom of the clouds, obviously coming from the golden glow of the setting sun was something I have not seen before.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Bruce Clark Quote
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Very much worth the wait Bruce, excellent image mate.
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Lumpy clouds and the sun are the best thing for incredible scenes. Well capture mate, and I hope you have more to share with us.
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Nice shot Bruce.

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Dramatic! Terrific shot.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Bruce Clark Quote
I have not posted here for a while. Better late than never.

I saw this unusually coloured cloud formation last night. It had been odd weather all day, heavy rain with breaks of sunshine. The bronze colouring on the bottom of the clouds, obviously coming from the golden glow of the setting sun was something I have not seen before.
WOW! moody sky! great shot!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bruce Clark Quote
I have not posted here for a while. Better late than never.

I saw this unusually coloured cloud formation last night. It had been odd weather all day, heavy rain with breaks of sunshine. The bronze colouring on the bottom of the clouds, obviously coming from the golden glow of the setting sun was something I have not seen before.
This is one AMAZING sky!
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Very dynamic, good work

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