Monday 12 March 2012: Clouded Plasma
One thing I really love about some cloudy days, when the cloud cover is Goldilocks-y (not too dense; not too light), is that the disk of the Sun is visible - and photographable. Said life-giving disk is something I never tire of, so out came the camera, and a click of the shutter nabbed me this.
Click to ensolenate.
On a side note, I tried editing this in iPhoto on my iPad first. I encountered the same thing as I did when I used iPhoto on my photo of the bee on the windflower: odd pale artefacts around some edges. Somewhat annoying. Anyway, so I then turned to Filterstorm Pro, which I think did the job admirably. - As expected ;-)