Saturday, 8 December 2012

Picture Perfect: WEATHER


Time once again for PICTURE PERFECT. Now that Multiply is no more, PP will take place on both MuzeNews and Blogger. I guess it's going to be a split thing now, as to visit/comment on those posted on Muze, you need to have an account there, so I'll only be visiting those posted on PP's Blogger page. This week our host is Heather, who's theme is weather. So it's 'Heather's Weather' LOL.

My shot is of a storm front approaching over Amroth, Pembrokeshire. It's unusual in that the front was approaching from the landward side, heading towards the sea. I think it looks more dramatic in B&W.

Storm Front

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    1. Thanks Lynda. Nature did the hard work, I just took the photo :-))

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  2. this is very dramatic-good photo for the movies

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  3. that is such a 3-D looking photo
    amazing shot!!! perfect for weather

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    1. Thanks Danette. I think it's probably the best storm shot I've ever taken.

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  4. You are absolutely right. It is more dramatic in black and white.

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    1. Hi Robert. Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment :-))

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  5. I think so, too... B&W edited is perfect!

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  6. Wow, that's a storm!! It looks frightening!

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    1. It's strange, but that storm was only moderately bad. I've experienced far worse storms that didn't look half as dramatic.

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  7. Hey Mitch, Missing you over at Muzenews, just found you here. Love your photo, very dramatic in B&W.
    http://muzenews.ning.com/profiles/blogs/picture-perfect-weather-8

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    1. Hi Lyn, thanks for dropping by :-))

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  8. what a simply amazing photograph mitch...!b/w does render it more depth here i feel.....lovely...

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  9. Yes, dramatic! And, yes, B/W!! Great capture, Mitch.

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