The sun always shines above the clouds- Paul F Davis

“Only the clouds can tell where hidden sun-rays dwell” Munia Khan

We are in no way different from ocean creatures

“It is easy to forget that you live in the sky – not beneath it, but within it. Our atmosphere is an enormous ocean, and you inhabit it. This ocean is made up of the gases of air rather than liquid water, but it is as much of an ocean as the Atlantic or the Pacific. You may think of yourself as living on the ground, but all that means is that you are a creature of the ocean bed. You still inhabit the atmosphere like a sea creature does the water.”
Gavin Pretor-Pinney

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This post is part of

John S’s –CELLPIC SUNDAY Photo challenge

Hammad Rais’s-WEEKEND SKY photo challenge

5 thoughts on “The sun always shines above the clouds- Paul F Davis

  1. I love those beautiful skies. Since getting Luminar’s sky replacement feature, I’ve taken the opportunity to photograph unusual skies to be inserted into images that have more “boring” skies. >grin<
    Whenever I do that, though, I always identify the image as having an altered reality.
    Thanks for participating in the challenge.

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    1. Thank you John.

      This click was taken from my one plus 6 mobile camera.

      A little bit of LR corrections
      Then I used Topaz Lens effects to get that rim effect and the rays.

      True what you said…original is original and for non photographers it can be a wonder click!

      Thanks for keeping us soar with your Cellpic Sunday challenge.

      To run a challenge is not an easy task and you are the inspiration for rest of us.

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