Sunday Stills – Clouds – 01.24.21

The feature image is the scene at sunset at Colter Bay in Grand Teton National Park. This was on the night of my birthday in 2019. This photo is unaltered. It was taken with my IPhone and there is no post-production. You are seeing exactly what we saw. I will add this photo to the bottom of the post too. Some devices can’t see the featured image and it has to do with my WordPress theme.

Weather is a peculiar thing and clouds are one of the great phenomenons in our life. I love taking nature shots and clouds are some of my favorite subjects.

This post is in response to TERRI WEBSTER SCHRANDT Sunday Stills challenge. The theme this week is Fog and Clouds. Actually almost every photo is uncut, no post production except the lightning shot. It had to be lightened a bit.

Lighting within an approaching storm in St. Petersburg, Florida from the foot of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge.
Storm just north of the St. Petersburg Fishing Bridge at the foot of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge in Tampa Bay, Florida. We didn’t stay too much longer.
Sunset reflection of clouds in a pond in Jacksonville, Florida.
Sunset over a pond in Jacksonville, Florida.
Clouds reflecting off the water of Little Pottsburg Creek in Jacksonville, Florida.
Cloud reflections on Little Pottsburg Creek in Jacksonville, Florida.
Moon rising above storm clouds moving in.
Moon peeking over the other side of an incoming storm.
Jet soars upward above the clouds.
Jet going vertical above the clouds.
Shot of some red rocks in Sedona, Arizona nearing sunset.
Sunset in Sedona, Arizona.
White fluffy clouds fill the blue skies.
Beautiful sunny partly cloudy day.
A sunray beams through broken gray clouds presenting orange and yellow prism of color.
The Heavens open up!
Storm clouds in Idaho.
Storm clouds in Idaho.
Clouds move past the mountain range at Colter Bay in Grand Teton National Park at sunset.
Colter Bay, Grand Tetons National Park – 9/18/2019

37 Comments on “Sunday Stills – Clouds – 01.24.21

    • Thanks John. I had so many more! Hopefully, I’ll have a reason to post them some day. I apparently take a lot of cloud photos. Who knew? LOL! πŸ™‚


    • Thanks Terri! I appreciate that. Most of my photos have to be tweaked a bit but for some reason these did not. Plus, the IPhone is so sharp that it almost always gets the lighting correct. πŸ™‚ These photos were taken with 2 different cameras and the current phone. πŸ™‚

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    • Thanks! I usually shoot freehand, but I had that on a tripod set at F22. Completely manual. That was taken with my old Nikon. I shoot Sony now. I still pull my heavy Nikon out once in a while though. πŸ™‚

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    • Thanks Deborah! I had so much more, but had to stop. I had to search for the lightning photo. That was a long time ago but one of my favorites. I couldn’t find my other lightning pics. No idea where they are. πŸ™‚

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