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    Default Angry Skies

    While walking around MusikFest happened to looked up and saw this clouds forming above. Taken with the M5 & the Tamron 18-200mm Di3.

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    Very dramatic Tom, like the side view face at the top showing nose and eye, also a bit of colour pop. Great capture.
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    Love it! A really dramatic sky and a nice bit of popping too

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    Nice one...
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    nice one Tom!
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    Love dramatic skies. Nothing worse than clear blue sky for photography.
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    Default Re: Angry Skies

    Cracking shot Tom, well spotted

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    Very dramatic sky but I feel the colour popping is too near the bottom and distracts from the sky.

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    Great shot Tom, when I first looked I thought the place was on fire!
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    Mean'n moody Tom.
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