As I sit here at my favorite coffee house, I am watching clouds in my coffee.
Darnell Bates @DB8S.com
If you are shooting landscape photography or just love it and want to improve on your photography, include clouds in your photos to break up the monotony and create "hope" (white puffy clouds) or "drama" (dark storm clouds) It will make a more interesting photo from top to bottom.
Place the horizon at either 2/3 or 1/3 of the frame, do not place the horizon at exact 1/2
|Different Types of Clouds|