I currently live on top of the Great Dividing Range, in Australia, and the mountain I live on is approximately 700 metres above sea level. There is often a breeze or a wind, and I only really discovered this fact since being in this ‘Capturing Clouds’ house, which is a bit more exposed than the previous two houses I have lived in. Due to the breeze or wind, much of the time the clouds move quite quickly, and sometimes they change and move so rapidly that I miss capturing some of the amazing cloud formations I see.
Sometimes the difference between two photos in a short period of time is enormous and while these two photos aren’t vastly different, you can see the changes that have occurred in 26 seconds.
I can see a heart in the first one, but it has disappeared in 26 seconds.