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Toni
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Spectacular.

I'm going to be cheeky and suggest cropping it right across the middle to lose the blue patch above the main sweep of cloud: *for me* it distracts and makes the sky too complicated, plus it suggests this isn't really a big deal after all.
 
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Thanks for the comments! It was a spectacular afternoon, with big clouds passing by at regular intervals. Regarding cropping across the middle - yes, I can see that would work; I love panoramic format images.

This one was taken four minutes earlier -

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Once you start getting too close (metaphorically speaking, that is) you start noticing all the paraphernalia surrounding the stones, but that is another story altogether.
 

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Two great images, really like the second shot great sky and lighting.
 
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jerry12953
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I prefer the second image with the darker sky and superb light

That's a good point; The second was taken about four minutes before the first. In the meantime, I changed my location, and focal length, and the big cloud was moving steadily across the sky. But the light was the same!
 
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