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After the Storm

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Last night after the storm my wife came home and told me to get my camera and go outside. So I did what any other smart husband would do and went directly outside. The cloud formations were beautiful. We went for a little drive and found a couple nice views. Here's the results. The colors weren't changed. This is right out of the camera.

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Great shots! The "popcorn" effect makes for some good photos, but the color really makes these outstanding!

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Neat stuff, Mike. Exactly the same types of mammatus clouds, with a few other formations as well, moved through here just before sundown, and I've got a client who lives in central Wisconsin who took shots just like ours last night.

It was a massive system.

I like these a lot, Mike. Good work!

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WOW! The church steeple in the first shot really adds to the overall effect. I can't hardly believe the difference in coloring, with only 6 minutes between shots. Very dramatic.

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Thanks Ken and Steve. It sure was eerie looking when I took these. The color is what really makes these cool.

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Dandy! Had a few that looked kinda like that after the last storm here. I noticed in the backyard the greens were very intence on all the trees. Almost like I had abmer sunglasses on.

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That Color difference is just amazing. I love the lofty feeling of cloud shots.

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