We must look down as photographers, so serious so focused, but we must also look up and study the skies above in order to keep our positive outlook on our art. Patterns in a blank sky can be as artistic as patterns on a blank canvas, more so because the choreography to achieve those patterns could not be achieved twice.
A cloud holds as much wonder and art as a Michael Angelo piece but the question isn’t how much is it worth. More people sit looking up at clouds than stand in art galleries looking at paintings, more people have had epiphanies staring at a cloud than staring at a drawing.
How we capture the scene in the sky is as important as how you use your oil colours on a canvas.
Every cloud whether man made or natural in this piece tells its own story as do the men themselves.