Contrail Cirrus: Part Two- Inverse

contrail cirrus

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inverse clouds

inverse contrail clouds

inverse contrail clouds

inverse contrail clouds

inverse contrail clouds

inverse contrail clouds

inverse contrail clouds

inverse contrail clouds

inverse contrail clouds

inverse contrail clouds

 

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inverse contrail clouds

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2 thoughts on “Contrail Cirrus: Part Two- Inverse

  1. These are eerily beautiful and the clouds look just like the way ink would behave in water! I particularly love the second one down… is it a close up crop from a larger photo? The placement of the foliage(!) and the way it frames the shot in just that corner is very pleasing to the eye! I presume they are done by inverting the colours on the negative and with perhaps some further use of colour filters on some of them? AdAM

    • They are eerie in negative! no filters, just the negative as is (have upped contrast in a couple). The 2nd one down not cropped I don’t think- just zoomed right in. They do look like ink- I always think these contrail clouds look greasy/oily. Maybe the negatives of photos of ink in water look like clouds??

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