in New Zealand’s Southland.
Down here we have some eerily interesting skies, here’s just two of them.
My beloved Spouse refers to one type as a ‘bums’ sky, she calls them when they occur but I’ve never been able to catch them as seen. A psychological phenomenon no doubt …
… and on other occasions, we have great fun walking along peering up and seeing things in the clouds (the day I met her we both saw a poodle in the clouds, it had to be a meeting made in heaven)(and a witch on a broom …). This time no different, but by the time I’d unlimbered the camera it had already changed from a duck-billed platypus and company to amorphous blobs. Make of ’em what you will, enjoy~!
You can have a lot of fun with a challenging sky …