Sometimes choosing the right sky is simple. Sometimes it’s not. What’s always amazing is how the sky changes the character of the image. Note this is a slightly different angle of Delicate Arch from the previous post.
In image one the sunset is one of the most unusual I’ve ever photographed.
In Image two is a bank of clouds topped with a thunderhead.
In Image three is an unusual array of clouds in the east at sunset.
In Image four is a more easterly exposure of clouds catching the setting sun.
Image five was a northeasterly exposure that I almost didn’t notice because the westerly exposure was so brilliantly red.
In Image six the sky is the aftermath of a storm.
In Image seven the sky is more typical in this northeasterly exposure.
In Image eight the thunderhead is surrounded by a dark sky.
In Image nine the sky has an amazing pattern. This is the same evening as image one.
In Image ten there is an unusual puff ball. This is the same evening as image one from a different angle. I haven’t picked my favorite, so I’m hoping for feedback.