Passing clouds

North Norfolk is noted for its flat landscape and its wide expanse of sky.  Along the coast the sea breezes produce a constantly changing skyscape.

Sometimes the mood is quiet, with clouds moving gently by.

Sometimes it is busy, with puffs of cloud scudding along, driven by the breeze.

And at other times there is a gathering together, an accumulation of cloud, in more ominous fashion.

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11 responses to “Passing clouds

  1. These are beautiful, Louis! That sky seems to go one forever.

  2. Great captures of the never ending sky and the vast land of North Norfolk, dear Louis! The always changing sea- and skyscapes are two reasons why I love this part of the world so much.
    Have a great day.
    Greetings from Cley next the Sea,
    Dina

  3. Such variation in those clouds!

  4. You have surely captured the gentle mood in these images. Really feels like the worlds is never-ending. Lovely photographs.

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