Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Skies Before The Storm




13 comments:

  1. Pretty skies and nice photos of them. I hope you weather the storm and come out the other side unscathed...

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  2. Usualy see the skys after the storm, this is a bonus

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  3. Beautiful, heavy rain here and my tears are not other.

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  4. Beautiful skies. When is your storm due? We've got light sprinkles. Love it.

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  5. Pat-- I love the stormy skies here. Ever-changing and always beautiful.

    Bill-- Yes, we love watching the sky change when the storm approaches.

    MandT-- I'm always so glad when I see that it's raining in your neck of the woods. Mingling with your tears.

    Tara-- It started raining last night and is expected to rain until Saturday. Big storm on Friday. Wheeee!

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  6. Nice shots. The first one looks like it could be almost anywhere (except for a dry climate). Also, nice sun dog. Before a storm is a good time to see them.

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  7. Mark-- The best part of storms moving through is the possibility of great atmospheric optics. Well, really the best part is the water, lots and lots of much-needed water. We're so happy to have great skies and water.

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  8. You can see it building. Love stormy skies and violent seas. Hope you got needed rain.

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  9. As I was driving into town last week, I saw some impressive atmospheric optics in the western sky, and I thought of you. I treasure your photos. It's been too long since I've been in Humboldt County. Looking at them is almost like being there.

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  10. Nice series of shots depicting the approach of a frontal system. The science is interesting and the results are attractive.

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  11. Patti-- We're getting lots and lots of rain and loving every gray minute of it.

    am-- I've been going back and reading old posts from when we were living up in Port Townsend. I have been surprised to see how often I photographed the skies up there. It really is quite beautiful. Glad you like these Humboldt County skies.

    John-- It has been interesting learning about atmospheric optics. It makes weather systems so enjoyable, and for us the bonus is all the rain!

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  12. Thought of you today as I walked along the shores of Green Lake, watching two bald eagles swoop over the water and then perch on the top of a sequoia. Stormy skies as backdrop.

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  13. isabelita-- How wonderful to see eagles! I was just going back through our old posts from Port Townsend and looking at the eagle pics. Such grand birds. Thank you for thinking of me. Makes my heart soar as high as they fly!

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