Angry sky Tuesday June 30, 2009, 4 comments

This was the sky yesterday.

Storm

I can’t remember the last time I saw a sky so angry.

Storm


Comments

Daniel Black Wednesday July 1, 2009


Just back from almost a week in New Mexico, mostly out of the city and among largely unfettered examples of the grandeur of nature. Upon my return, I remark to my wife that it’s the compulsion to see this grandeur that draws me to storms. In your and my neck o’ the woods, absorbed as we are physically into fairly densely populated areas of North America, the storm is the only practical window on that grandeur. I suppose, in Toronto, at least you’ve the lake.

That first shot looks like the bow of an unearthly craft.

Adrian Thursday July 2, 2009


It does have a bit of an Independance Day spaceship look to it, doesn’t it.

I didn’t have any feeling of panic, interestingly, just a feeling of awe at this unusual sky.

Jorge Thursday July 9, 2009


I remember one time a long time ago when the sky was that angry.

Do you remember?

Adrian Friday July 10, 2009


I remember Jorge. I remember.

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