not one but two awesome captures...love the yellow field setting off the very dramatic skies...
Those are amazing photos, Neil! Certainly worth an artic up your arse. (I was gonna say, 'two thumbs up' but I thought that the word 'thumbs' so close to the word 'arse' was a bit dodgy...);-)
Great rainbow and impressive clouds!
Always fun to see a rainbow - definitely worth stopping the car to get those amazing shots. What's that field full of, do you know? Happy SWF!
Stunning captures. Happy FridaySmiles Barbara
Great that you were able to 'catch' this. The colors yellow and blue together with the rainbow makes this great pictures. I also liked the pictures you posted at Wednesday, reminded me of a short hicking vacation at the Highlands some years ago.
This is one beautiful spectacle that you would never want to miss. Obsession with clouds is much safer and more rewarding than obsessing with anything else.And this one is beyond words for me to describe. The resolution of your camera is highly functional that gave way to an excellent result as these. Absolutely stunning!By the way, I got your blog linked to mine:Morphing Words by poetryAnd as a bonus, I would like to feature you in my new blog: my blog comment. If you don't mind.
Sunshine? In Angus? Yesterday? I've been in Embra and/or Fife yesterday and today and it's pure pished it doon pretty much aw the time.Thou art a lucky gadgie weather wise, Mr T.Right tasty pix byrraway.
Hey Karen, Miss Toast Burner could tell you a thing or two about what's in those pesky fields.
It's the weekend MTB, let's go for three!Karen - It's Oil Seed Rape in the field. Touchy subject, I kinda hoped nobody would bring it up....Highland hicking eh Dirk? Lucky lad.Naldo - As you well know, the sun shines on the righteous.Bonnie - Thank you for overcoming your descriptive inability.
What absolutely superb shots, thank you for this treat.
Well worth pulling over for these photos. Wonderful images.
This is a magical photo! weldone!!