Storm brewing


Dark clouds on the horizon promise an evening of thunder and rain. Luckily we were able to finish our round of golf before they blew in. To see more skies from around the world, visit Skywatch.

PS: You should take a peek at my travel blog. I've been featuring old planes from the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo, Michigan. It's a fascinating place to visit!

21 comments:

Gunn said...

I like your image!!

cieldequimper said...

Ominous, omminous...

Jim Klenke said...

Does the ball travel different in humid weather like they say baseballs do? We got a shower last night, but I would take more clouds like yours.

Tanya said...

glad it didn't interrupt your game! beautiful sky!

EG Wow said...

You captured the clouds moving in very well!

Jack said...

Pretty. Plenty of places to lose a golf ball here.

Thx re DTW. Once I shifted over to my DSLR a year ago, I stopped carrying my little point-and-shoot in my pocket all the time, but recently I started doing it again. This trip the DTW tunnel seemed particularly colorful and I wasn't in a rush, so I could stand and wait for good colors. Yes, I did take some pix of the fountain near Starbucks. As many times as I have rushed through DTW, I had never seen the jets shooting water before. I thought it was just a big pool. If I need a reflections shot for a Friday, you just might see one of them.

SRQ said...

Love the contrasting colors.

Andy said...

They seem to be the most common cloud around here these days. Keep on clicking.

Lowell said...

Boy, do I hate to see this when on the golf course. You were lucky, 'cause I do believe I can see rain on the horizon! Lovely, if nerve-racking, shot!

Regina K said...

I love to watch storm clouds come into the area. Unfortunately it has been extremely dry in KC this fall.

btw Folgers has ties to KC. Not sure of why this out building around Stouds had this sign. Do you ever eat at Strouds when you were here.

Paul in Powell River said...

Nice dramatic sky!

Tami Weingartner said...

Very dramatic. Love that there is just enough going on in the photo that it can be identified as a golf course.

Karen said...

A terrific capture of a moody sky.

Norm said...

We've seen way too much cloud and rain lately. Guess we're paying for that nice stretch over Thanksgiving. And Jeez, did it ever cool off quick last night - first time I've had to scrape the windshield this year.

Lesley said...

These clouds would hurry up your game! Nice shot.

Cezar and Léia said...

wow impressive sky! So nice that you like to play golf!You are so talented!
hugs
Léia

Milandailyphoto said...

storm alive!!!great image

Randy said...

The colors in this shot are amazing! Love it!

Birdman said...

Golf... in such beauty lies such disaster. At least for me.

JM said...

Don't even mention storms... We had an awful week here. Summer suddenly became winter at its worst: heavy rains and winds up to 157kph! Gladly the sun came back yesterday although a bit shy.

Louis la Vache said...

Stormy Weather

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