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Lenticular cloud formations over Sedona. I know this because the guy who decided to stand behind me trying to view and critique every single shot I took, was kind enough to take the time and not shut up about his never ending encyclopedic knowledge of lenticular clouds and all the mystery behind their origins. Honestly, I kind of preferred the mystery.
Sedona, ArizonaUSA
Canon 550D
Canon 75-300mm
Tripod
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landscape, red rocks, rocks, trees, cliffs, mountain, clouds, storm, sedona, arizona, bob larson, lenticular, lenticular clouds

Comments

  • Tula Top
    Tula Topover 2 years ago

    Sweet shot, Bob. Sorry ‘bout trying to drop some knowledge on you…I’ll leave you alone next time.

  • I know it wasn’t you because all I would of heard out of you was click, click,click, and “Hey, tell that guy to shut up!” click,click,click. Thanks Tula

    – Bob Larson

  • Albert
    Albertover 2 years ago

    great shot Bob.

  • Jill Fisher
    Jill Fisherover 2 years ago

    Stunning shot Bob!

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonover 2 years ago

    Natures Paintbrush

    BEAUTIFUL work
    .

  • dgscotland
    dgscotlandover 2 years ago

    Lol…some people eh ? Worked out well though Bob.

    One click of the banner will take you to the group. Your work is welcome here and please enjoy it.

  • Kip Nunn
    Kip Nunnover 2 years ago

    sweet colours-nice capture :-) the b&w has found more detail in cloudz? thanks

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteover 2 years ago

    Simply stunning.

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    © Hany G. Jada...over 2 years ago

    Was this guy’s name Murphy? Because he seems to be everywhere there is a photographer, either trying to shoot in front of us, or yapping away 2 inches away from our ears. And in may case, he approaches and says “what are you doing”!!! Despite Mr. Murphy’s presence, you have managed a wonderful image Bob, as usual. Great shot.

  • Ivan Kemp
    Ivan Kempover 2 years ago

    Bob did you know that Lenticular clouds (Altocumulus lenticularis) are stationary lens-shaped clouds that form at high altitudes, normally aligned perpendicular to the wind direction……….

    Only joking Bob, but not about the photo which is seriously good!

  • zumi
    zumiover 2 years ago

    very nice capture. great cloud formation.

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