As one of many nature’s fractal objects, the random and infinitely recursive fractal generating process creates shape and structure of clouds that are unique, yet easily recognisable. On a clear and sunny day when the respective elements of sun and cloud partake and conspire to exhibit nature’s creativity and magic, a wonderful show can be expected.
These photos were taken a while back on an August Sat afternoon in 2014. I remember the cumulus clouds formation was just incredibly beautiful and long on the day, commencing from late morning to a good part of the afternoon. In addition to the cloud formations, see if you are able to spot the pareidolia effect present in the photos, which I noted while processing them, and have named them accordingly as such.
All photos: Fujifilm X-E2 with XF 14mm