Gloomy in overcast wall murals
In ancient mythology, whether Roman, Greek, or Norse, clouds are considered the chariots of the gods. Mount Olympus, the home of the Greek god Zeus, is made of a foundation of clouds. The kingdom of the Norse god Odin is ringed with layer after layer of clouds. Photowall pays homage to these dark pieces of heaven in “Tender Clouds with Yellow Swallows-Dark Blue”, “Pier in Sunset”, and “Pink Horizon” in its breathtaking collection of overcast wall murals. Each one of these images of cumulous formations in overcast wall murals gives the viewer a sense of peace and freedom when gazing into them. Their ability to ease the anxieties of the weary workaday soul cannot be measured by money. But Photowall wishes to give even more with “Full Moon Night”, “Pier Overcast”, and “Beautiful Sunset Over Sea” in its amazing collection of overcast wall murals. These examples of overcast wall murals add to the stillness and placidity of your living spaces. You can even use these overcast wall murals as a guide to teaching your children the practical importance of clouds in predicting the weather. The different types and formations of clouds can be slowly introduced to them, one by one, through this fun and engaging medium of overcast wall murals.
Foreboding in overcast wall murals
Clouds are not merely a sight to behold in the heavens but they also serve as a harbinger for either good or bad weather. A clear, windy day with puffy white formations bode moderate gusts of winds and fair weather all day. While gloomy and ominous clouds on an overcast day can be a warning of an oncoming storm. Photowall honors nature’s own weather forecast service with “Dark Traveler II”, “Storm over Alburquerque”, and “Ride the Storm” in its magnificent collection of overcast wall murals. These grey formations of cumulo-nimbus clouds in overcast wall murals warn seafarers and farmers that ill weather is coming in, prompting them to batten down the hatches or secure the livestock before the worst of it arrives. While shooting the motion picture Hell’s Angels, industrialist, and film director Howard Hughes noticed that the sequences that featured aerial dogfights seemed too slow and did not give an accurate feel of what combat in the skies was really like. So he hired a professor of meteorology from the University of California to find clouds for him that would lend a sense of perspective motion and speed to the combat scenes in his film.
Dark and moody
There is no feeling more frightening while riding an airplane than sliding open your window and seeing overcast clouds in daylight. Or descending from several thousand feet to see the clouds slowly dim, and obscure your first glimpse of the lights and patterns of the city you call home. There is no substitute for the sense of foreboding and alarm that this experience provides. Photowall empathizes with this terrifying emotion in “Snowy Stones”, “Sky”, and “Strombringer” in its remarkable collection of overcast wall murals. Let these ominous examples of overcast wall murals remind you of your travels and adventure, but what’s more, let them be a reminder of the times when you arrived safely home to the ones you love. Having these portentous overcast wall murals displayed all over your residence will give you the feeling of sobriety and tranquility, but will also remind you to be grateful that both your feet are planted firmly on the ground. Let your family and loved ones gather around you as you enjoy these unique and breathtaking overcast wall murals. Go grab your own collection of these overcast wall murals today.