Dead Clouds

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Anjana Gunawardena
Aperture : f/11; Exposure : 1/125; ISO : 200; Focal Length : 28mmadjust your monitor brightness and contrast to see all gray scale levels for better view

5 comments:

  1. Or barren landscape? Good work...

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  2. Interesting colors and patterns! where is it?

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  3. scorching sun in the middle east?
    this pic makes me want to drink some water.dont you ever get rain there?

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  4. That rusty earth tone gives the desert terrain its life. Beautiful contrasts, warm tones on the ground and cool tones on the sky.

    BTW I looked up this cloud pattern and I think it's an altocumulus floccus. You can verify it from this chart here. It's one of the sites I refer daily when updating my sky diary.

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  5. @Paresh,
    Thanks, yeah you can say like that too.

    @K,
    Thanks, this is Qantab Beach @ Muscat.

    @MD
    Yeah! Scorching sun is something unique in this part of the world. Hmmm.. Drinking more water always a good practice right? You can tell us more about it :)

    Well, I took this snap while we tour Muscat sometimes back. I think Oman is a country you get more rain than the Dubai/UAE. Yep it rains here a lot. Especially in winter, sometimes heavy rains with thunderstorms as well. This year we got rain for continues 3 days even and like most of the times ended up with floods ..lol Even I thought I will not get to see rain here. But I was wrong =D

    @Harumi
    Thanks for the comment about the pic and thanks for the link as well. Cool I’ll check it leisurely :D

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