Sepia Scenes Lofty Ambitions

We were driving through Nebraska on our way from Agate Fossil Beds National Monument and Chimney Rock National Historic Site, heading back towards Scotts Bluff National Monument [all great places to visit, by the way!]  and we happened upon this little cloud.  Someone in the car was hoping to ‘multitask’ on that day and this was an area of unstable air that eventually formed into a storm, but it was heading northeast and out of our way, so we couldn’t chase it.  We got to see fossils, but didn’t get any storm chasing in that day.  There was one bummed meteorologist in the car!

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Just for fun, I’m adding the crooked color version as well!

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3 thoughts on “Sepia Scenes Lofty Ambitions

  1. The sepia calms the giant stormy sky that will be happening shortly. The fluff above seems massive in color, a bit smoother in sepia. Maybe it’s due to the similarity in colors from top to bottom…

    Not having west of Omaha, the Cornhusker State requires a visit from this New Englander someday…

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