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Post by Paul Henni

Rare Nacreous Clouds at sunset today, over the Royal Observatory on Blackford Hill. Just about managed to stay upright in the howling gale to get a shot or two. Colours were constantly changing and looked weird.

Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.

‪#Rare #‎Nacreous‬ ‪#‎Cloud‬ ‪#‎Edinburgh‬ #Scotland

 

 

Wintery Skies. .@RoyalObs #Edinburgh #Monochrome #Photography #Clouds knicksen.com

And yet another couple I’ve taken featuring the Royal Observatory in Edinburgh, which continues to get in my shots. These were when the snow and hail were passing over in waves and it was very windy, leading to interesting clouds.

Taken on a Fujifilm XE-2 with XF18-55mm F2.8 Lens.

Snowstorm Observatory.
Snowstorm Observatory.
Observatory Cloudscape No. 462.
Observatory Cloudscape No. 462.

 

Skybird. .@RoyalObs #Edinburgh #Monochrome #Photography #Cloud knicksen.com

There were clouds shaped like a bird in the sky, so, after much deliberation, here’s ‘Skybird.’. This is yet another one I’ve taken featuring the Royal Observatory in Edinburgh, it just keeps getting in my shots.

Clouds must be some sort of psychological test for humans to test what strange things we can think we see. There’ll be a specialist website (no, not that kind) somewhere on the decoding of the hidden messages in clouds.

Skybird
Skybird