Posted on August 5, 2023
After viewing Sandra’s Stormy Weather pix, I dug out some of my cloud shots, too. Previous post is here. ~Vic
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Beautiful skies x
Thanks! I have seen your shots, too. ❤
Some of those are really cool looking.
I was lucky to catch them.
Nice! Nice! Nice! I love cloud photos and these are great ones
Thanks, Momma! ❤️❤️❤️
You got some great pics there!
Thanks, Christian. This area can have some wild weather and stunning sunsets.
So many cool shapes and colors. Great shots 🙂
Thanks, Sandra! When I saw your post, I thought…I have photographed some very similar.
Lulu: “I like the fluffy clouds! Although one of them looks like it might be bringing a storm along with it …”
Yeah. Sometimes clouds “hide” things…like water & lightening bolts. *EEK*
I love the clouds in all of them…just really cool.
BTW…facebook me…I was deleting some old conversations and I accidently deleted ours.
This area certainly provides some interesting cloud formations and great sunsets. The town sits inside of a ridge, of some sort. Ken said it’s called “Thunder Ridge.” That ridge can, sometimes, make a storm split in half. I’ve watched it happen, in real time, via radar. Plus, the town “area” is the starting point, map-wise, where the flat, eastern part of NC starts to elevate into the Piedmont. I think, because of all of the above, the Native Americans chose this place as a trading spot.
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I love those formations…the way the light them them are cool.
Yes and you just did.
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