Thursday, April 22, 2010

A Hole In The Sky

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Taken Easter 2010 weekend as angry clouds quickly moved in over a park in Blaine, MN. For just a few moments the sun fought to regain its visual grandeur through a small hole, lost the battle and was quickly hidden again.

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20 comments:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous. :) And the B&W just adds soooo much to this. Love it :)

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  2. This is magnificent! This is a fabulous picture!

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  3. Marvelous, dramatic, grumpy skies! Love your capture! Terrific! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    Sylvia

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  4. A bit of magic, a sign of hope. :)

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  5. That is just a fabulous shot! Lucky you to be in the right place at the right time!

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  6. Great shot. Love the B & W effect.

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  7. Dramatic and beautiful! What adds beauty is the fact that you shot it in the monochrome mode! Fantastic!


    Pixellicious Photos

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  8. Brilliant photo - thats what we have been sending our planes through just lately!!!

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  9. Very dramatic and beautiful shot.

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  10. Dramtic sky, a whole indeed. Very good contrasts too.

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  11. Excellent shot! I'm all about black and white these days. :)

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  12. You have captured a "White Hole" - something the astronomers have looked for for a long time :-)

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  13. eerie a little bit, and i like it! Very cool!

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  14. What a wonderfully dramatic and broody sky! I love it when the sun breaks through like that, even if it is only for a moment or two.

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  15. Great catch! You need to be quick to get this sort of shot...

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  16. Now that's a dramatic sky! Well caught.

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  17. I love skies like this! So good in mono too.

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  18. LOL RuneE, white hole...a good one!

    Thanks to all who visited and commented. Great takes on the photo. Thanks so much.
    Stormy skies always provide the most dramatic photos don't they. It is hard to go wrong when photographing them.

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