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Cloud from Final Fantasy 7 and 7 Advent Children loves Yuna from Final Fantasy 10 and 10-2. The song is Going Under by Evanescence
16 Dec 2007
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A late afternoon time-lapse of clouds and rain moving over Dangriga, Belize from the Sea.
21 Dec 2007
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Time-lapse taken over the palms on South Water Caye, Belize. The palms are slightly blurred from the tradewinds blowing, the clouds are slightly blurred from moving through the long exposures. And just slightly off center in the lower third of the frame is the stationary North Star.
25 Dec 2007
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Series of photographs taken of clouds one evening while on drive.
28 Dec 2007
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Name Allah His glory on the clouds
16 Jan 2008
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Our plane is flying just above the clouds at sunset. It then descends through the clouds to make a landing.
9 May 2009
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Cloud Moving towards us on a hill and huge rain Yercaud
11 Feb 2008
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IBMís new "Blue Cloud" offering includes both hardware and software that will enable businesses,governments and researchers to do things with computing they never imagined possible. Cloud computing can run new web applications with the efficiency and power of pools of computer systems or ìcloudsî that are linked together online. The Cloud receives requests like--online commerce, videos, maps, GPS-- it parcels data into little chunks to be processed simultaneously by hundreds or thousands of computers. This cluster of computers is linked together to run without human intervention delivering data-intensive results in a flash.
17 Mar 2008
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Story about one guy and one cloud *******tclouds.weebly****/
30 Mar 2008
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clouds lapsing over time
7 Apr 2008
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more clouds
7 Apr 2008
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Mercedes Silk-Class Cloud commercial
26 Apr 2008
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*******HurleyPix****/secret - If you've ever seen someone standing in an empty field and staring up into the heavens, do you wonder what it is they're looking at? Yeah, people around me do this often... Of course, I'm the one standing in the middle of the field and staring up! But I'm usually looking at something amazing. And although some label me as a lunatic, I'm way past caring... After all, I've got thunderstorms to catch! Too right! And honestly, who wouldn't want to observe the terrific cloud formations, huge storm fronts and hypnotic dance of light and shade that tumbles in as storms...? That stuff is addictive! Then with trusty digital SLR Nikon poised, I can catch myself some of the beautiful 'angel pictures' I see up there, snap myself some cool cloud photos, and bring many more inspiring weather images into my folio... Personally, for me this is the best way to learn photography... No photography lessons required. Of course, you need to know how to fire the Nikon and reload it fast too. And keep it steady when wild winds are hammering you and the rain Gods are fast approaching... But be aware, for it's in those moments when the angels appear, dancing in peculiar cloud formations high above you... So... Will I see you out there too, watching and waiting for the right moment? (I hope so!) Find more digital photography tips here... *******HurleyPix****/secret
21 Mar 2009
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*******hurleypix****/secret - What do you see when you look up into the sky? If you're anything at all like me, you'd be mightily impressed when heavy thunderstorms, hypnotic cloud formations and huge storm fronts come rolling in. After all, what better chance to go observe nature... and take yourself some powerful cloud pictures at the same time. (It's also a great way to learn photography skills and practice 'perfecting' your cloud photography). Depending where you live, it's certainly magical to watch. I'm in the tropics, and our storms come in fast and dark and drop 'oceans' on us... Before you know it, we're wading around knee deep in water... But it's often the aftermath of the storm that's the most profound... if you can get out there and do some 'storm chasing' you'd find the potential to capture some amazing cloud photography will bowl you over... Whether you go looking for altostratus, cirrostratus or stratocumulus... or just go to be 'in the moment' of great thunderstorms... Just make sure you're prepared... the right (waterproof) gear comes in handy... you don't want to be blown away! Well... I gotta run... another one of those wild tropical storms is almost upon us... this time I'm going to get myself some cloud pictures of animals that I know live up there! Imagination IS everything! Find out how I do it here... *******hurleypix****/secret
28 Jul 2008
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*******hurleypix****/secret - What 'nature pictures' do you see when you look deep into thunderstorms or gaze in amazement at shelf cloud formations and just let yourself imagine? No words can really express the stunning and magnificent beauty of nature when she greets us with storms... My own passion exists to observe 'cloud figures' ... animals and creatures in the clouds that I 'imagineer' and see, and then capture into digital images. And honestly, I'm not sure if I'm looking at altostratus, cirrostratus or stratocumulus... or that the names really matter! For me, it's about being totally in the moment. I feel compelled to capture cloud photography to the best of my ability... And bring these cloud pictures to the world. To do this involves having some basic photography lessons under your belt, and continuing to shoot often. But one of the best ways to learn photography skills is just by going and doing it... You might have to get wet. You might have to get a little dirty... But the resulting nature pictures you get will IMPRESS us all! And so that you're prepared for those terrific cloud formations when they arrive... This page will help... *******hurleypix****/secret Imagination IS everything!
4 Feb 2009
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front cloud
9 Nov 2008
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