Friday, September 11, 2015

Rain's a comin'

The post tonight will be a short one. I hear thunder in the distance and radar shows a blob of red hurtling toward us. Sometimes storms take our electricity east with them when they tromp through, so I figured I'd write early so I wouldn't fret if we lose power.

I shot this picture a few days ago at a pond not far from here. I could see rain moving in so I didn't have a great deal of time. Rolling down the window of my truck, I snapped the shot out the window before darting towards home.

The clouds make it a little dark, but that's not always a bad thing.

I hope you all have a remarkable weekend.


10 comments:

  1. It looks so peaceful & serene--before the storm!!

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  2. Well I hope you did not lose electricity. Funny that, losing electricity isn't really that bad, but when it takes the net, that hurts. hahahahahahah. it does here anyway. But sleep is so good when it rains.

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  3. It looks very humid in that photograph. Happy Weekend.

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  4. What is with all the rain we have been getting lately? Relentless....
    Beautiful clouds in your photo...and what a lovely pond and pasture!

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  5. I'm sitting here listening to the rain and being very thankful for my new roof! Our temps have fallen and it will be a soggy and very fallish weekend....good time to make some chili or soup! Enjoy your weekend!

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  6. Lovely rural scene.

    Ms Soup

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  7. Oh to be there with a horse enjoying the peaceful countryside. It is raining today and my body feels it

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  8. That is a great picture. I can almost feel the mist in the air. I am impressed.

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  9. It's pouring. Supposedly it's a cold front, and we'll get down to 88.

    Love,
    Janie

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  10. I'm still trying to catch up on commenting on blogs. I'm so behind.
    I'm in Ottawa and have a bit more time but sitting at the computer just about kills my back.
    I hope the rain cooled things down. We had lots of rain at home in Fredericton.
    JB

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