There's always something to photograph whether looking down or up. And, when your digital camera includes special effects filters there's even more fun.
These cloud formations were photographed this week using a small digital camera, Canon PowerShot Elph 100HS. The camera offers an Auto and Program setting with some special effects.
While I used the Poster and Super Vivid effects, I didn't make note of which was used for each photo (whoops).
These "before" and "after" photos were taken using the camera's auto setting (left) and the program/effects setting (right).
As shown, these effects are even more dramatic when the clouds "cooperate."
Have you taken YOUR camera out for some photo fun lately?
Photos are NOT clickable to enlarge . . . WHY? It was composed on a MacBook using the MarsEdit blog program. This program does not provide the same features as Microsoft Live Writer blog program does for PC blogging. There is NO similar software for Mac users (SIGH).