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At first, I thought these are weird cloud patterns (I see a tree at the bottom of one). Now, I’m not sure. Not that it matters because they are all beautiful.
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Thanks, Ken. They are indeed cloud patterns — all from the same cloud bank seen in the first image that was moving across the sky at a lively pace. The succeeding ones are closer shots.
Once I started looking at them on my computer, I was intrigued at how the insubstantiality of the clouds could appear as both something topographic as well as atmospheric. Doing double duty as it were. It was also fun to imagine a fictional world with landscapes like these.
View Towards Mt. Cloudwich, Rising Vapors – I like them! Cloudestia – I like that!
Glad you enjoyed them. Thanks a bunch.
I don’t know that I’ve ever seen such clouds. I like the tiny trees in “Surf’s Up.” Also the faded pallet. Are these Equivalents? ;-)(http://www.phillipscollection.org/research/american_art/artwork/Stieglitz-Equivalent_Series1.htm)
Thanks Linda. I had the same reaction.
With regard to Stieglitz, do you mean I’m not the first to photograph interesting cloud formations? Such a disappointment :)
As you know, it gets worse. Someone has photographed everything you’ve ever photographed or ever will photograph or ever have thought of photographing. Cue the antidote to feeling bad about this: No one has ever photographed or will ever photograph or will ever think of photographing exactly like you do. Whew.
My next series of images will be called “Ambivalence.”
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