In Which I Photograph Condensed Water Vapor

Hey, everyone! Do you like my title? XD

Today I was sitting inside doing math when I glanced out the window and saw that the sky was filled with huge, white, fluffy clouds. I thought, I should take some pictures of those! So I grabbed my camera and headed outside. As I was taking pictures, (kids, don’t try this at home,) I happened to accidentally aim my camera at the sun. The end of my lens worked like a magnifying glass and burned me in the eye. XD Don’t worry, I’m okay, I think… 😛

Well, anyways, brace yourself for a lot of fluffiness. xD

I hope that was enough to give you your daily dose of clouds. 😉

Thanks for reading, everyone! You’re awesome. 😀

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I’m working on something awesome for the 4th of July… I can’t wait to share it with you! 😀

34 thoughts on “In Which I Photograph Condensed Water Vapor

    1. I use the “Exposure” tools to edit all my images. I usually raise the Contrast a little, and play with the Highlights and Shadows until it’s just right. 🙂

      -Clara ❤

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  1. Oooh! I LOVE clouds!! My favorite are the small individual fluffy ones that look like they’re from Toy Story! We call them Toy Story clouds! XD
    My mom is obsessed with clouds. There’s this certain type that she LOVES and she’ll be exclaiming over them and she calls them “her clouds” LOL!
    Okay… Wait…. You got burned in the EYE?! YIKES!! That sounds insanely painful! 😬
    ~Jaclynn~

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    1. Hehe! Thanks! XD
      Yes, I love that word! I was actually thinking about that right before I burned myself. XD 😛
      Yay! 😀 I can’t wait to show you my thingamagadgetabobbit! XD

      -Clara ❤

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