Shadows Within a Cloud Bank
Shadows on the Underside of Clouds
- demonstrate atmospheric perspective
Without the play of light on the top of clouds and the cast shadows on the underside of the clouds, the moisture that is suspended in the atmosphere would be a uniform gray tone. We can only make out clouds because we can see their shadows from underneath.
There is something compelling about the starkness maybe in this photo that really draws me in, but I am not sure if it is the subject or the composition of it or what. Maybe the compressed tight dark flatness of the jagged line with the bigness of the sky -- do you know, Mavis?
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