Thursday, 25 March 2010

SkyWatch Friday Season 4 Episode 37

This afternoon the sky became very dark, the clouds ominous and there was thunder, lightning, hail and then heavy rain. I took the photographs from inside the conservatory.
It was nothing in comparison to what Perth, Australia, experienced earlier this week!
I wish I could paint as well as Nature  . . .
The garden is flooded -again! but hey! the clocks go forward on Sunday so the weather should become more reliable then - shouldn't it?
Thank you to the SkyWatch team for their dedication to this meme. Why not look at other skies from around the world? Just click here.

15 comments:

  1. Beautiful shots. They remind me of reflections. I love the color and the beautifully distorted images.

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  2. The raindrops on the panes of glass is very lovely. But I imagine the sound was mighty loud and perhaps terrifying.

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  3. Your photos were so artistic. And I love spring storms because *usually* there's no snow involved.
    Thanks, as always, for sharing the beauty you see.

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  4. What a great effect this is! Beautiful!

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  5. Yeah I saw in the news about what happened in Perth. I hope there are no casualties. Your shots are unique. Happy weekend!


    SWF~ Blue sky

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  6. Wow! it looks really ominous. Nice captures.

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  7. Amazing shots!!! Good job you didn't get what we got, not standing/sitting in a conservatory!
    I was on the road when the storm hit Perth.

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  8. Oh, my, these are exquisite! Very unusual photos for Skywatch--I love them!

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  9. Perfect shots for Skywatch! I could hear the raindrops splashing on the windows!

    Very impressionistic!

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  10. I love your shots - they capture the weather beautifully! I've tried that sort of thing myself but all I could see were dirty windows.

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  11. This must have been a whole cat and dog shelter falling on your garden !
    Beautiful pictures, though !

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  12. Storms can create some wonderful images. Yours are first class!

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  13. These are marvelous watery sky shots! Sorry about the flooding ... hope things have dried up a bit and it's warming up in your part of the world.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  14. Extremely beautiful captures! I can imagine the weather...

    Pixellicious Photos

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  15. Thank you all :-)
    Sheila - I laughed out loud at your comment. It really chimed with me (it's the housekeeper, you know - she's got to go ;-))

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