Tag Archives: Cloud Photography
In those minutes after the sun goes down, clouds sail across the sky like creatures, in free fall or glorious procession, before the darkness closes in and the colors fade.
The sun dropped below the horizon and the jet trail grew golden, punctuating the deepening sky.
The temperature dropped below zero after the ice storm, and a morning braving the blistering cold the next day yielded some images that may have made it all worth it.
Another moment by the lake, this time in infrared.
A hillside vista between rainstorms. Under the heat, July offered up lushness.
High sun and strong shadow, often a photographer’s downfall, are a perfect fit for this infrared landscape.
Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg I have to admit I had never seen this before. While driving I was amazed to see this cloud on fire in the middle of a sunny summer day. The heat and moisture had apparently worked … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg When the clouds are right I cannot resist this silo on the hill in Bethlehem. Much to my surprise — and pleasure, the grass was even higher than the last time I photographed here. The dramatic sky … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2016 by Susan Reinberg The water slide beckons and the sky deceives. The warm weather has been playing tricks on us. And cold nights keep that water temperature too chilly for even the brave at heart. But glimmers … Continue reading