I've been a 'hello trees, hello sky' sort of person for as long as I can remember. Also been fascinated by photography since I was a kid, but the digital age gave me a real boost and I've never looked back - I particularly like timelapse effects. I love looking at and photographing clouds because each moment your view is unique. Dramatic or subtle, momentous or insignificant - it all counts. I struggle a little with the science behind it all. I suspect even a lifetime of study would not reveal all the secrets of this great and awe inspiring atmosphere of ours that we both revere and abuse, but I do take an interest in it and try to understand what I can.
Every day, I look upwards with a sense of wonder and respect, and it's great to know so many others share that feeling.
Oh dear, haven't waxed that lyrical in a long time - almost brought a tear to my eye
I'm in North Cumbria btw, blessed with lots of hills and some fine weather (but not in the dry sense of the word!).
Anita, North Cumbria, UK