My Favourite Cloud Shots From Around the World

Some of my favourite cloud shots from around the world – and here I’ve tried to stay away from sunsets/sunrises when the clouds are really wild!

Wild sky above Amber Fort near Jaipur, India. Wild sky above Amber Fort near Jaipur, IndiaSkiing between the clouds at Revelstoke Mountain in BC, Canada.a river of cloudsI have so many favourite cloudy sky shots from Ireland I don’t know where to start. Maybe with this storm brewing over Malin Head.Storm brewing over Malin Head in IrelandSilhouette of the building and palm tree against a blue sky with just the perfect amount of white fluffy clouds (Najera Monastery in Spain). Najera Monastery: Silhouette of the building and palm tree against the skySoft colours and coconut palms after the storm in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.Coconut palms after the storm in Puerto VallartaA temple in Bali in a November storm, during the rainy season.temple with storm behind (Bali)Although I said no sunset shots I had to include this shot taken while driving back to Moab in the USA. The sky was slashed with a brilliant ‘Z’ as in “Zorro was here” but nobody stopped including us, a shame really, it was brilliant.
Zorro slashes the sky with a flaming 'Z' above Arches National Park More of Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge: Clouds.

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8 responses to “My Favourite Cloud Shots From Around the World

    • Skiing in the sun looking down on a river of clouds was fun. Not so fun was having to ski through those clouds at the end of the day – I couldn’t see a thing and finally found a fluorescent pink four-year-old to follow!

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