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Cumulus Nimbus Clouds Photograph - I See A Bad Storm Approaching by Frank Feliciano

I See A Bad Storm Approaching is a photograph by Frank Feliciano which was uploaded on August 9th, 2012.

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Beautiful, Frank! V/F

Wonderful! v/f

Beautiful capture!!!

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thanks Aimee for taking the time to comment and view the images.

Great photo! f/v

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thanks Lee, I appreciate you taking the time to view my images.

Great color and perspective.

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thank you Warren, I appreciate your input and your participation in the group.

What an incredible capture of the light seeping under the clouds and washing over the lighthouse! v/f

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thank you Mary, it is one of my favorite images for the same reasons.

Love this scene1 Great color and composition. V/F

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thanks Barbara, it was taken with my 300 f/4 lens and I was looking for the depth of field using the palm fronds to frame the lower right in blur. I was pleased with the results.

A real classic old style Florida scene, Frank! Featured in Florida Floral Group! Fave!

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thanks Joan, I appreciate the feature.

The lighting on the lighthouse is phenomenal Frank! We Voted! Celebrate life, Debra and Dave

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thanks, I appreciate you input.

Dramatic! Perfect light. Nicely done!

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thank you, this was my second outing with my new lens.

Fantastic POV, Frank. Was it low tide? I couldn't go very far in that direction at high tide when I was there.

Frank Feliciano replied:

Actually Judy, it was shot from the other direction, from the road at the intersection going to the boat ramp.

Excellent shot, Frank. Love the framing and lighting. f/v

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thanks Tim, this shot was taken from about a quarter mile away from the light house.

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