I really like how it feels as if the clouds are embedded in the sky, in a way. The way the sky contrasts with the trees creates a potent impact as well as adds stability to things. I find that the way the clouds make hazy lines is almost like a person smoking, if you get what I mean?
Impressive for a point and shoot. They're getting better.
Nevertheless, Canon will always pwn everything else.
It is my dream to be there and take sunset shots or Scotland - facing to the north. I think that would be pretty impressive. I'd like to get shots at all points on the compass in the UK I live quite high up on a hill overlooking a valley - so perhaps that's why there's a slant and a closeness on the clouds
Yeah maybe that's why then but i do think the clouds are closer The clouds i see from porchester hill are so far away to the west Im planning a panoramic shot of portsmouth over the next couple of weeks as im on holiday. Twelve days of freedom ...happy days And yes scotland is amazing i totally recomend it
Do you think that clouds congregate in certain areas then? I never thought of that. I go to Portsmouth at least once a week but I never really checked out the clouds - I will do Where is porchester hill? I'm trying to find a good vantage point in portsmouth that overlooks the place... Are you going to enter the Sony Panoramic contest that deviantart are co-hosting?
Yes particularly at sunrise or sunset i think it's to do with the heat although im no scientist You cant miss porchester hill just look north when your in the city and it runs straight across from east to west there are many fortifications along the top which are open to the public and might interest you. The easiest way to get to it for you would be to come off the motorway at fareham/gosport junction then take the first left at the big roundabout there ,go past the all day car park there and turn right ,head up the hill then after the first corner you come to a road branches off to the right, at the end of that road take a left and that will take you all along the top for about three miles i guess, be prepared for some amazing views