Weathering Whites #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Photo of a large white cloud over Swansea Bay beach
White Cloud
Photo of a hard frost on top of a car roof
Hard Frost
Photo of a foggy morning overlooking a green playing field on Swansea Bay
Foggy Morning

Linking To The Sunday Stills Photography Challenge – Theme: White

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33 thoughts on “Weathering Whites #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. Loved the theme lol i liked the iced one, made it look furry ❤️ we don’t get to see much of that where I’m from in Texas so i always am drawn to snow and ice 😍

    1. Due to climate change, we don’t get anywhere as near the amount of snow and ice we used to get 40 years ago. If we do get any, it makes many of us very excited. It’s almost like seeing a long-lost relative again.

  2. What a great idea for a theme to show off various white images depicting weather, Hugh! That cloud shot is spectacular and for those who must know it is a cirrus spissatus cumulonimbogenitus, (say that fast 3 times, haha) “a dense, cirrus, anvil-shaped cloud.” My daughter got me “The Pocket Cloud Book” for Christmas. Pretty cool! Great close-up of the frost. At least your fog photo has a glimmer of sun in it! Beautiful whites, thanks for sharing your photography this week!

    1. What a great Christmas present to have received, Terri.

      Being British, I love talking about the weather, but I have no idea when it comes to naming clouds. The best I can do is give a name based on its shape. We get some spectacular shaped clouds here on Swansea bay. And when they look as if they’re touching the sea, it makes them even more dazzling to look at.

      1. The official cloud names are tongue-twisters, Hugh! Clouds over bodies of water seem to behave differently. When we were at the delta and someone shared the name of the circular clouds as “lenticular” (Lens-shaped) it made so much sense. Fun stuff!

        1. I’m not very good at tongue-twisters, Terri. And being dyslexic, some of those cloud names are rather frightening. But I used to say that about the word ‘Millennium.’

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