Hide and Seek

By clickingthoughts

October 24, 2008

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Category: Clouds, Colors, IPC, Nature, Sky

21 Comments »

This is one of my best shot of clounds and sun that I have taken till now. I just love the cloud formation. And in a way I want to live a life of them. I mean they are so random and they can visit any place on this earth. (I know its a bit childish but …) Other than this the color produced due to diffraction of sunlight is just amazing.

Have Fun 🙂

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21 Responses to “Hide and Seek”

  1. nice work… 🙂 …loved it… 😉

  2. dude… too gud…. its like a wallpaper for me….

  3. The color mix is simply superb.. Nice click!

  4. nice .. looks great 🙂

  5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crepuscular_rays
    Go through this article 🙂

    nice pic .. keep clicking.

  6. You keep getting better each and every time 🙂

  7. This has to be your best pic!

  8. dude! it’s very good 🙂

    If you can capture a silver line, that would be awesome! I see them on evenings with clouds on the west, when there is a fair chance of rainfall..

  9. Wonderful shot yaar !!
    the cloud formation is really superb with the black and white clouds together. It really looks great !!

  10. Waaaahhhh! I want a cam too!

  11. thank you everyone :).
    @koduri: i would love to capture them if only you could tell me what they are 😛 (pardon my ignorance)

  12. Help me, I am not able to take my eyes away from the pic.

  13. simply awesome 🙂

  14. Wow .. Nice shades of blue…

  15. Excellent yar…. too good….

  16. Great pic seems like someone mysterious behind the weather.

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