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Discussion in 'Black and White' started by Greyelm, Feb 1, 2013.
An interesting and dramatic cloud formation shot with the X100
Band of Cloud by kyte50, on Flickr
Fuji X-E1 outdoor RAF Capture One by Photos By 夏天, on Flickr
Untitled by ricopress, on Flickr
DSCF4608_2 by ricopress, on Flickr
x-e1 and kit lens
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Aspen by AZK9lover11, on Flickr
X-Pro1 and XF 35/1.4
an old one from my first foray with the X100
5-11-96.jpg by BBW: BB Wylie Walden, on Flickr
A couple from the X100 from a couple of summers ago. A hell of a storm skirting up the coast,but went past us without ever hitting the barrier island we were on...
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I remember the first one, but not the second...now I'll have to click on 'em and see if my memory is failing. ;-)
Such wonderfully ominous clouds and yet the people on the beach and in the water seem to be oblivious. The cloud in the first one makes me think of The Great White Whale, AKA Moby Dick!
Some awesome photos here!!!
I had this thread in mind on Thursday afternoon with the storm approaching the Northeast US - I kept looking at the sky, hoping for some high-contrast cloud formations!
By the Salt Marsh by Briar34, on Flickr
Eerie and terrific!
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B&W XE1 by Photos By 夏天, on Flickr
My skies are all taken with Nikon so no examples with Fuji yet. Does this count as "dramatic"? Shot with X10.