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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

ABC Wednesday: O is for Ominous

Last summer when I was at the beach, the sky over the ocean became increasingly overcast.

The first thing that started me investigating the sky more closely was when the seagulls began flying in an agitated manner over the cottages.
I looked in the direction they were coming from and got my first inkling of how ominous the sky looked.
It wasn't long after that before the ominous clouds began moving over the cottages and ending up over the ocean.
As I recall, the storm didn't last long and only produced a small amount of rain.
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Judy said...

The storm clouds are awesome...I'm glad the storm didn't last long. They look like it could have been a mean one.

Roger Owen Green said...

I love a storm - when I'm in a safe place!
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

anthonynorth said...

Great photos. Those clouds are terrific.

Hildred said...

Wonderful photos, and truly most ominous clouds. But beautiful.

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shots. The sky sure does look stormy.

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

WoW! What a dramatic sky!! We hardly ever see that kind of thing here. Too much sunny weather and uneventful. I guess that's good!

Kay L. Davies said...

Fabulous photos of the storm clouds, Carver. Great stuff!!
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Reader Wil said...

It's scary and threatening! I wouldn't mind being somewhere else!
The photos are fabulous.

Sylvia K said...

What awesome photos, Carver! And what incredible, stormy clouds! I love them! Don't want to get caught in them, but love to watch them! Hope your week is going well!

ABC Team

EG CameraGirl said...

WHOA! Great shots, Carver!

photowannabe said...

Awesome storm cloud captures. I could almost feel the heaviness.

Meryl said...

WOW. Pictures really can tell a very dramatic story. And I agree with Roger, storms can be cool as long as everyone is safe and secure.

Great post.

Wanda said...

Storm clouds gathering are so amazing. Sometimes an overcast day is just what we need.

genie said...

What wonderful the storm clouds. We adore going to the James River park you all visited. It is such a great spot for a hike and a picnic....and that bridge is really impressive. G

Christine said...

Awesome pictures, I love storms, that's the one thing in the prarie's we've been missing the last few years. Just rain, but where's the thunder!

Mildred said...

Great set of pics! Love the first one before the storm;o)
Thanks for visiting and taking the time to comment;o)
Have a nice day.

Tumblewords: said...

Spectacular! These photos are incredible. From the seagrass to the seastorm - each scene is superb!

Kate said...

Fabulous photos of a very OMINOUS storm.

Dinah said...

oh wow! awesome clouds. must be pretty scary to be there!

O is Overcrowded

MaR said...

Fantastic shots as always, Carver. Love the story telling through dramatic pictures!


Hazel said...

Ominous, overcast - perfectly illustrated by your photos. I like the final picture best of all. Makes me want to go put the kettle on and soon curl up with a nice book. Let it pour! :)

Gattina said...

Wow, what a scary sky !
ABC Team

Bradley Hsi said...

Although it was not a big storm, but the cloud certainly looks impressive and intimidating!

Stewart M said...

I really like the storm pictures - but then again I did not have to worry if ot was going to flood my house!!!

Nice pictures.

Stewart M - Australia


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