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as most of you know, i live in the beautiful state of colorado. i moved here in 1990 from southern california and absolutely love it here. one of the many reasons is the clouds. yep, the clouds.
we have some of the most beautiful clouds here in colorado. and i am fascinated by them. i can't quite explain why i am so fascinated but if they're up there in the sky, i could sit and watch them all day long.
at some point, i wanted to try to capture their beauty on film. that is one reason i wanted my smaller camera; so i could have it with me at all times to take pictures of clouds whenever i feel the need to. the problem is, pictures don't capture the beauty nor the grand scale of them. but i still try.
it's an all year thing. unless it's snowing, the sky is usually full of clouds of varying types. my favorites are the ones that build up to massive size and are many times the start of a thunderstorm. you see, they start forming as the air sweeps over the mountains and hits the warmer air of the flatlands of denver and beyond. they can form quickly and give us a good storm or they can continue to build and the storms hit further east, colorado, kansas, and beyond.
my dilema now... what do i do with all the photos i have of my beloved clouds?
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