Dumbo

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© Mike Olbinski
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UploadedOctober 6, 2010
TakenOctober 5, 2010
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi
Exposure1/125 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length23 mm
ISO200

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Sometimes you look at a photo and the title of it just hits you. I knew this was the one for today'sMovie Title Wednesday ongoing series! If you can't spot Dumbo in the photo, I don't know if anyone can help you *grin*

This is basically right out of my RAW editor with some processing done to the contrast and RGB coloring. I love to take time to compose shots, set down the tripod, grab a bunch of brackets and then spend a few hours processing that shot. However, I also just LOVE random photos of clouds and storm structures, and this is one of those shots. Just something unique you might not see everyday.

In fact, my buddy Bryan was with me and we were both in awe of this cloud...because while the camera can't capture it, in real life, it was flying from right to left and you could see the "trunk" form withing seconds and just spin upwards. In reality, I think it was just an outflow from the storm churning up clouds as it flew by. The last time I saw clouds move and form like that was in Nebraska earlier this year, and Bryan hadn't ever seen it happen like that. These were definitely storms you don't see much of around Arizona.

6 responses

  • Kathleen Mercado

    Kathleen Mercado (Deleted) said (6 Oct 2010):

    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Ramír Delgado

    Ramír Delgado gave props (6 Oct 2010):

    Cool !

  • prof1120

    prof1120 gave props (6 Oct 2010):

    I see a unicorn attempting to mate with a rhinosaurus...but, then again, I'm only in the early stages of therapy. Nice sky as always, Mike...and nice elephant, too!

  • Susan Littlefield

    Susan Littlefield   gave props (6 Oct 2010):

    LOL @ Dennis. WOW What an amazing cloud formation. Perfect title!

  • Bruce Miller

    Bruce Miller (Deleted) gave props (7 Oct 2010):

    OMG Brilliant!

  • Carlo Pagan

    Carlo Pagan gave props (31 Oct 2010):

    G R E A T S H O T ! ! !

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