You don't seem to have any problem attributing the photos you upload Britta! They are great photos - moody.
Thank you, Tom - the problem was that I only could upload some of my cloud-photos, others taken on the same day were not shown on my computer to choose. Moody - yes, you felt that :-) - at that day it was like a mirrored outside of my inside. (Though most often I see sunny skies...)
Magnificent sky-scape photos. Refreshing to see; it's been a long time since we had rain clouds here. As for "new blogger", I haven't paid much attention beyond reading a little note announcing changes in late June.
Thank you, Geo., rain here is rare too. Maybe the photo-restriction I got was a technical problem. There is a huge overload of photos in my smartphone, and although I try to get a grip on it - I simply don't .
Great photos of skies Britta. My favourite is the first one with the light and the dark. I often publish blog posts using my smart phone. No problems. I have not used or looked at the "new blogger". I will wait until I have to.
Dear Rachel, thank you! I never had problems with publishing through smartphone before - maybe I just have too many photos on my smartphone - and my macbook is very anxious about photos coming from my Huawei . So I am glad that "new blogger" is not the culprit...
I love clouds to begin with. You captured them beautifully. Sorry I can't help you with loading your pictures. I am so ignorant of those things.
Dear Emma, they were very impressing - the wide sea, a little bit of storm. Thank you for wanting to help me with the photos - I still am at a loss about what is the matter. But I will find out.
Beautiful skies Britta and lovely photographs. I love a bit of photography myself. But, because of lockdown, there’s only so much that I can photograph !!! XXXX
Thank you, Jackie - I understand that well - in Berlin I took to flowers on my balcony and balconies in my Kiez (might become a post) - but of course it is a reduced spectrum of possibilities. XXXX
The lighthouse is especially dramatic
Yes, John, it is. It was built in 1921 (so it might be a beautiful early setting for Hercule Poirot :-) and stands on the beginning of the Koniningin Wilhelmina Boulevard. 108 steps up - 6 upper stories - but I haven't been up yet.