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Old Dec 9, 2012, 2:34 PM   #1
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Looked out the living room window a couple of days ago and was greeted with a morning lenticular. Shot it through the window and then found the second shot outside. What a morning. That's the wife's 50 Chevy pickup wrapped up for the winter. HDR as close to what I saw as possible.
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Old Dec 9, 2012, 9:08 PM   #2
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Cool..
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Really cool! I have never seen anything like that. Had to go look up what they were.

Thanks for sharing.

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I agree....cool. Both the cloud and the '50 Chevy truck. I've also never seen a cloud like that.
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Stunning cloud formation - good catch !
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Thanks for commenting. We get some doozies here.
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Neat! We see them every so often, they never cease to amaze me.
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You don't see them in Michigan, cool shot thanks for sharing

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Great shots. I see them occasionally in my area, over peaks in the Green Mountains (Vermont) and the White Mountains (New Hampshire), but because our mountains are so much lower than the Sierras, they are rather uncommon. Very cool photos.
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I have never seen anything resembling this in my neck of the woods. Great capture!! Makes me think of "Close Encounters of another kind"

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