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    Thunderstrom anvil at sunset

    Thunderstrom anvil at sunset

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    Re: Thunderstrom anvil at sunset

    Clouds can be such a fascination subject, Scott. Particularly when they are framed well and have an unusual shape, as this one does. Nice!

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    Re: Thunderstrom anvil at sunset

    That image ticks all of the boxes for me, Scott.

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    Re: Thunderstrom anvil at sunset

    Thanks Gents!

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    Re: Thunderstrom anvil at sunset

    That's starting to look a bit like the Eagle Nebula shot by the Hubble space telescope.. http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?imgur...ed=0CEMQ9QEwBQ

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    Re: Thunderstrom anvil at sunset

    That's a wonderful shot.The first thing I did when I saw it was to see where you lived - it had to be the US. Michigan I see. It's these wonderful storm and post storm sunsets that are one of the main reasons I make my annual trip to the US. Prof. Howard Bluestein of OK University I believe, wrote in one of his books referring to the sky and the clouds as being 'Nature's art gallery sculptured by the wind'. I'll keep coming back to this photo.

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