I’ve had my new camera for a good month now. There’s a lot of things I’ve learned because of it, mainly they have things to do with the camera itself. Or even producing and perfecting the pictures in a post production situation. But one thing I’ve learned or well haven’t learned about is the clouds.
Yep, we’re going to hold our head high up in the clouds.
But seriously have they always been that cool?
Let me explain…
I started noticing clouds around the end of May. Okay, I’ve noticed them all my life. But I’ve been watching them even more intensely since then. They are one of the most fascinating thing ever. And I’m willing for anyone to challenge me on that.
You can lay back and look into the sky and just watch the clouds move, not move, change shapes and sizes. White, gray, fluffy, they’re all so amazing.
I’m not sure why I’ve started noticing them so much more. Maybe it’s because of the camera. Maybe it’s because I live in Upstate New York and it’s finally nice out. You know those few months a year when you can actually go outside and not deal with snow or feeling like you’re going to freeze to death.
So do me a favor. Go outside. Look up and just breathe in those clouds. It’ll make you want to wake up every day and see what those clouds can do tomorrow.