Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Mad Cloud Disease

I really didn't intend on posting a picture like this tonight -- after posting two cloud pictures from the ride Sunday. But as I was driving home, this big cloud was billowing up -- kind of unusual for clouds to billow as the sun is going down -- the weather man even commented on that last night. But billow it did. It was like one of those candle extiquisher, snuffing out any light it could find. It seemed upset about something. I jumped out of my car and started shooting, like I had some kind of disease for shooting clouds -- Mad Cloud Disease.

I will get over it.

- steve buser

11 comments:

Wanda said...

I glad you jumped ~~ cause what you got is magnificent ~~ or should I say "mad"nifient.

LOL:)

Lynette said...

Hey, I can handle three splendid cloud photos in a row, Steve, without any trouble at all. In fact, I say thank you for each of them!

ptowngirl said...

This is quite breathtaking -- it looks like something you would surely see in a Biblical story or film.

Rambling Round said...

Love your title for this one...great photo and not something you see so often.
I have posted a bit of New Orleans, a Selma style street parade, band and all, on my blog today.

Kelly said...

Take your time getting over it! These are fabulous!

Abraham Lincoln said...

It is a pretty cloud formation, Steve. Glad you posted it.

Marie Reed said...

How delightful! I came via the Evry daily photo blog:) My Father's family is from Baton Rouge! So much of my childhood was spent in New Orleans... Thank you for making me smile!

crittoria said...

Personally, I hope you don't get over it! I LOVE cloud photos - I took some myself yesterday evening!! They are fascinating, and ever-changing, so you must catch them while you can...

Blognote said...

This is a real inferno! Nice shot! I never get enough of looking at clouds!

Professor said...

This is incredible. Wow- I've never seen anything like it.

photowannabe said...

Naw...don't get over your disease. If you did we would never see such a fascinating billowing cloud.
I love your title too. Clever.