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Cusp of the Storm

In just a matter of minutes, the weather changed. The thin grey clouds became low and heavy. The wind picked up, whipping the Spanish moss around. The trees groaned against the storm. And the photographer was very content with the entire situation.

St. Charles Borromeo Cemetery
Grand Coteau, Louisiana
photographed 10.22.2017

And promises of rain


Way over there, to the southeast, are some clouds that look like they might bring some rain. They don’t, of course.

Lubbock County, Texas
photographed 10.14.2017

…and then, the weather moved in

Sometimes, plans just don’t work out.

We thought it seemed like a good night to stay at our land out in the country. There’s no house, but there is a big covered gazebo. We took cots and bedding and snacks and booze and were ready for a nice time. We hadn’t been out there long when the weather took a turn.

By bedtime, we’d returned home…

Yellowhouse Canyon, Texas
photographed 7.3.2017

Later, it rained

Another shot from the strawberry farm that I posted yesterday. The rain started later in the afternoon, which didn’t come as a surprise: look at those clouds!

Primrose Vale Farm Stand
near Cheltenham, UK
photographed 6.4.2017

February 10

Odd thing, yesterday’s weather. It rained. It doesn’t do that much, what with the drought and all. That rain led to another odd thing – puddles.

Sunset, reflected in a roadside puddle
US 84 and County Road 3100
Lubbock County, Texas

photographed 2.12.2012

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