The Colors that you do not see –

Solen sto høyt på en blå himmel, men med spredt skydekke i hovedsak bestående av hvite skyer, men stopp litt . . .
Jeg måtte se ordentlig etter en gang til!  Og så oppdaget jeg det som er lett å overse:
Skyer beståe jo i utgangspunktet av små vanndråper, men disse hadde muligens et noe større vanninnhold enn vanlig – og til trosds for at de fremsto hvite på himmelen. Det har jo mer med hvor på himmelen de befinner seg i forhold til solen? I utkanten av skyene syntes jeg å ane noe som ikke var hvitt? Mer regnbuefarger?  Jeg har jo sett slike skydannelser før, og jeg har fotografert dem med teleobjektiv og profesjonelle kameraer, men – kunne min telefon løse også denne utfordringen? Jeg økte brennvidden så langt jeg torde og klikket av et bilde. Hadde jeg greid å holde telefonen stille nok? Og hadde stabilisatoren løst oppgaven?  Hva med å prøve et av de innebyggede filtrene?
Og her er bildet!!!  Naturlig nok har jeg IKKE redusert det i særlig grad, for i denne situasjonen trenger jeg alle de pixlene jeg kan få, men – jeg fanget plutselig igjen et farge-spekter vi til vanlig ikke ser mye til! (Klikk dette bildet til ‘full-format’!  )
The sun was high in a blue sky, but with scattered cloud cover mainly consisting of white clouds, but hold on a bit. . .
I had to look properly one more time! And then I discovered what is easy to overlook:
Clouds initially consist of small water droplets, but these possibly had a slightly higher water content than usual – and despite the fact that they appeared white in the sky.
It might have more to do with where in the sky they appear in relation to the sun?
Along the outer edges of the clouds, I seemed to sense something that was not quite white? More rainbow colors? I have seen such cloud formations before, and I have photographed them with telephoto lenses and professional cameras, but – could my phone solve this challenge as well? I increased the focal length as far as I dared and clicked a picture. Had I managed to keep the phone stable enough? And had the stabilizer solved the problem? How about trying one of the built-in filters?
And here is the picture !!! Naturally, I have NOT reduced it to any great extent, because in this situation I need all the pixels I can get, but – I suddenly caught again a color spectrum we usually do not see much of! (Click this image to ‘full-format’!)

(Compliments of SRB)
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8 Responses to The Colors that you do not see –

  1. -Eugenia says:

    Amazing shot, Svein! I see the high-flying bird! What outstanding detail.

  2. You succeed magnificently! Beautiful shot! ❤ Hope you are enjoying your weekend! Cheryl

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you, Cheryl!
      It’s pretty amazing what this phone can do! If you click it up twice, it’s getting even larger and the if you scroll in on the upper parts of the picture, you will discover I have caught a very high-flying bird of some sort, but so high that I cannot distinguish what kind of bird. Still – amazed! 🙂

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