The everyday of our family farm
There's something beautiful about the sky before a storm. Great capture.
There is isn't there - the calm before the storm. It had me quite concerned though. I didn't stay out long to photograph as it was looking so nasty, intense and moving quickly. Seeking shelter was wise.
Great sky. Rained I presumed!
Yes it did rain, we got 41mm over the weekend.
Oh, I so love this! Love it!
Beautiful dark and stormy sky.
Great photo - hope not any damage? Are the oats able to salvaged?
Very strong winds and heavy rain here. 30kms away 10 houses lost their roofs. Australia doesn't get big tornadoes like you in the US, but we do get the occasional small one like this one.The oats won't be harvested for another month or so. The real test will be when the header comes into the field, but at this stage they are still looking good.
We got some of that - but mostly it was wind and noise. Rain is always a blessing though - and I love those dramatic skies.
Heips.Wonderful countyside with dark clouds.You have here lovely photos in your blog.
Thank you Orvokki. It is so nice of you to drop by.
I hope it just brought beneficial rain and no damage. We finally got 0.75" of rain - much needed and appreciated!
That is certainly a dramatic looking sky and beautiful!!
Hope it did no damage. Diane
This is a wonderful shot---- I am envious (not of the weather, though).
This picture is stunning!