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Sunday, 19 June 2011

Sunday Snapshots #42

It was a dark and stormy night...

creepiest sky ever

see the mass of cloud piling in the lower left?

zoomed in, catching the sunset glow

Look out!  Here it comes!

run!

Everything turned orange, the wind came up suddenly and we all ran in to take cover.  It hailed and down-poured very intensely.  The sky was full of thunder and lightning.  Ten minutes later, it was OVER.  The sky cleared and the big full moon came out.  All is well.

happy Sunday!
~Monika

9 comments:

Dawn Browning said...

Gorgeous sky!!

LynCC said...

Isn't it funny how fast summer storms can pass over?

MDH said...

That was an awesome night!!!!

Anonymous said...

"Land of Living Skies". So true.
You've captured them beautifully :)
Joyce

Wendy said...

Lovely! This wasn't last night I hope? If so, I missed it all!

Anonymous said...

Big Sis Says:

QUICK! RUN! Aliens, no --- Tornado! No [thankfully not yet] YIKES! Hail! RUN!!

Awesome pic's

Christie, Describe Happy said...

Oh wow, that's scary! We have had a few of those here, but not with the same pretty orange glow. Glad it was quick.

Michelle @ Periwinkle said...

Those are great photos! I havent been reading any blogs for several weeks, and so I had to scroll back and see what you've been up to--- and it has been great to get "caught up"! I like the stitching stuff and the workshop stuff, and it's wonderful that you've connected with Margot. I might have some threads for you when I get back home-- I'm still away until July1! take care, m

mainer said...

Great pics. Thanks for sharing.

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