Thursday, December 11, 2014

Stormy weather over the Intercostal Waterway


20 comments:

Kay said...

Those skies look so very familiar these days...but it's been a while since we've had foliage like what you've got here.

Lois said...

It makes a good photo, but I would not want to be out on those docks!

Randy said...

The sky made for a very nice shot.

William Kendall said...

Very moody!

Small City Scenes said...

Ohhh very dark and stormy like. RAIN!!

We got back last night. We didn't go to Montana will wait 'til Spring.
House sat at the Ranch. It was cold over there.

MB

Judy said...

Awesome dramatic sky!

Karl Demetz said...

The dark clouds are frightening, but they work for a good photo !

llandudnopictures said...

That's a very threatening looking sky!

Andy said...

Nice shot Lowell. The good news is that it is not snow.

EG CameraGirl said...

It does look dark and dreary over the "Sunshine State."

VP said...

Love the atmosphere, so different from what we usually see of Florida. This also reminds me of a picture I will post tomorrow...

Bibi said...

Ominous sky....I can just see those little roofs being ripped off...

Sharon Anck said...

those are some very menacing clouds.

Birdman said...

Stormy skies always make for interesting photos. I like what you've captured here.

Halcyon said...

A nice dramatic sky!

stardust said...

The weather looks unnerving, but my state of mind is that come rain or shine, or even storm. The balustrade I see on the left of photo looks like traditional Japanese.

Thank you for your comment in which your warm heart is contained. I’m glad you liked Kobe. Kobe is the city I was born, raised, and lived till marriage.

Take care of yourself,

Yoko

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Looove your stormy clouds Lowell, if they have anything left in them send them this way, we really need the rain :)

RedPat said...

I thought it was sunny all the time down there!

cieldequimper said...

We had that sky today. And rain. Not such a nice sight though!

Jack said...

I would rather look at photos of wonderfully cloudy skies than experience them myself.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson