storm (haiku) storm (haiku) February 10, 2018February 10, 2018 by Gabrielle Bryden storm clouds amass in late day summer heat, prelude to battle __________________________ Note: photo by Michael Bryden Share this:ShareEmailPrintFacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInLike this:Like Loading...
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This storm was massive – destroyed thousands of trees in the region – every second tree along our road came down that night (few months back now) and some really old fig trees in town fell down – our place was fine though as we don’t have many large trees and amazingly the goats sheds stayed put (otherwise they would have got a fine surprise as they flew through the air, Dorothy and Toto style 😉
Great photo by Michael – looks like an alien ship is about to land 😀
That looks like a serious storm!
yup, we thought something was up when we saw the giant blob heading in this direction – power went out for 3 days 😦
It looks like a mountain! Good that you are ok 😉
thanks Ben 🙂 just lost all the food in the fridge and freezer and very annoyed kids who couldn’t play on computers – but all safe which is all important.
OH! no computers….that is hard! and cleaning the fridge and freezer, not fun. Here we are having a strong winter, we had already 1,80 m of snow…a lot. keep safe, bisous to all 🙂
wow, that’s a lot of snow – we are world’s apart – currently having a heatwave – so hot you could die from heat stress if you didn’t keep your water intake up and if you worked in the sun – we have air conditioning which is essential imo 😉 thanks Ben
We finally got our airconditioning fixed after two and a half summers of it not working – bliss.
yes, it’s the best bb 🙂
those storm clouds are very impressive!
yes, they had a very unusual shape and colour
Wow, spectacular photo! Your neck of the woods has always copped its fair share of extreme weather, but it seems that the unpredictability and severity is intensifying there and countrywide.