212 Overcast

Getting in while I can.

This was taken about 10 minutes before a thunderstorm. First time I have run for several years.

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15 Responses to 212 Overcast

  1. danudin says:

    it is called exercise Howie, since leaving the Army I have made myself run at least once every two or three years.

    • 4howwie4 says:

      I am of an age where a stately perambulation around the foreshore, prior to tiffin is my idea of exercise.
      Not a frantic dash for shelter.
      Howard

  2. jackscrap says:

    Definitely something brewing in those clouds, glad to see you have sorted out the problem with your blog.

    • 4howwie4 says:

      Thank you.
      It turned out to be one of the worst electrical storms for decades and caused quite a bit of flooding near one of our smaller rivers.
      Fortunately it drained quickly though.
      Howard

  3. Gisele says:

    no time for pictures – just run!

    • 4howwie4 says:

      It all happened very fast within minutes. You could see it moving in.
      It’s probably one of my best weather pictures, I wasn’t sure whether to clone out the telegraph wire or not but decided to leave it in.
      Howard

  4. lsvejda says:

    Not a storm to stay outside in. . .

  5. Tammy says:

    I agree, very eerie!

  6. 4howwie4 says:

    Great photography chance but I prefer spring flowers (:-).
    Safer, I dont think I have seen or hear so much thunder and lightening for a long while
    Howard.

  7. 4howwie4 says:

    I would have thought so, had i not been under them lol.
    Howard

  8. traceyjj says:

    You had a thunderstorm? Lucky you…. I love trying to photograph lightning. 🙂 Those clouds look really heavy and menacing…

  9. 4howwie4 says:

    This was coming in from the North Sea, I didn’t hang about very long but got into shelter (ok, a cafe with a full english breakfast) to wait it out.
    Howard

  10. KarenAnn says:

    Those lightning storms can be very frightening…so glad you escaped unharmed. We were always warned in advance by our now deceased border collie who could sense storms before the clouds gathered. She was lucky that her hearing left in old age and provided relief from the thunder claps.

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