72 weeks since the launch of my design site, anmar* .
This week we interrupted our regular design posts and took to …the skies.
Here’s the review of cloudchasing** that’s gone up last week...
** all clouds were taken on the same day, a week ago with the exception of day 7.
Titles & images are clickable and will direct you to the specific post.
Exploring clouds #7
Exploring clouds #6
Exploring clouds #5
Exploring clouds #4
Exploring clouds #3
Exploring clouds #2
Exploring clouds #1
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*ANMAR creative design center came to life in 1994 and it’s the brain child of my father [Anakreon Kanavakis] and me.
Happy Sunday, everyone!
Categories: Nature, Photography
That was fun!
Do you celebrate Father’s Day?
A happy one to your dad from me!
Thank you, dahling!
Yes.. we sort if do… but as we like to say, these days ought to be celebrated every day! 😉
A big thank you from him too!!!
Agree, every day! xoxoxoxoxoxo
Lovely cloud formations Marina…. Love the interlude 🙂 ❤
These are really glorious! Thanks for sharing with us 😃
Ah, thank YOU very much for your kind words and visiting! 🙏😌
Beautiful ☁️🌫 🌹
Thank you, sweet Holly!!!! ❤️🌷❤️
Always a pleasure 🥰🌺❤️
Week #72 was cloudy with whites, greys and blues that cleverly added up to the answer to life, the universe, and everything. Twenty-one lovely, atmospheric photos over seven days plus another 21 slices in seven OC&NE triptychs which altogether adds up to 42. Brilliant!
Oh wow… how ’bout that?!!!!! Hadn’t planned it, I can assure you! 😉
Thank you so much, Tim… you are the brilliant one! 🙏
Any brilliance I have to offer is inspired by your brilliance. Brilliance begets brilliance!
These are stunning, particuarly the first one. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a series of skyscapes in black-and-white before.
Ah, thank you, Liz. So happy you like them. Skyscapes in BW can be tricky. Turning a photo to BW is a good way to check whether a photo is ‘okay’.
You’re welcome, Marina.