Memory of a cloud

I enjoy massaging the good out of the mundane. There’s nothing more mundane than the middle section of a flight where the ground is too far away and the clouds less defined. Every now and again a couple of workable formations float past, and when they do I’m scrambling to find composition. Sometimes the beauty of clouds is that they actually don’t need structure; their layers make naturally contrasting light. The challenge is making it look the way you remember it.
Memory of a cloud
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