Photo-a-Day (Saturday, 14th November, 2020)
That's a cracker Mick .
That is a beltin' shot Mick. 'Stunning' even! :-D
That is a very atmospheric scene Mick.
Lovely photo the scenery is beautiful.
Mick, this is without doubt your best P a D so far, beautifully captured the scene.
Dramatic sky . Shadows to the east . Adlington in the distance . Great Hill beyond .
Makes me think of AE Houseman . 'What are those blue remembered hills ,
What spires , what farms are those ?'
Grand photo Mick.
Beautiful and unusual cloudbursts...
Mick, this is an outstanding contribution.
I touched it up
That's quite a photo! Looks as if those clouds are saying to the farmhouse, "I'm coming to get you!". Gives me the shivers but I like it.
Wow, good shot
I though it had been 'enhanced' but it is still lovely.
The sky looks like it might have been painted by Bob Ross.
Touched up or not that’s a cracking photo Mick.
You can get arrested for that you know. :)
Lizzie Locket you're right there - Bob does some strange clouds. I bet he's up there on a cloud painting them!
Great composition and exposure Mick. A bit of Photoshop work on that I think. I remember in the black and white days of photography if I was printing a picture in the darkroom of a view with a sky that was a bit overexposed and had no detail I would burn it in by cupping my hands just to let the enlarger lamp shine on the printing paper where the sky area was and produce a more dramatic sky. I did occasionally overdo the procedure and there is a perfect example of this on a photo of Greenough Street in Street Scenes in Album.
Wow, those clouds look angry. Wouldn't like to be in the forthcoming storm!!!!
Frank its easy with my camera, its got a setting called impressive art