Interesting cloudscape as the sunset began after a damaging storm.
Guest - May 13, 2007 10:52 PM EDT
Thank you Talsi, Whittler, Golda and Alandra, for all your kind words. This storm was quite small and basically damaged trees within a half mile radius. We were at the farthest extreme so not as many trees were damaged. The most damage occurred about a half mile away where a sign was ripped off and a truck trailer was flipped on its side. One house had every tree in its yard damaged. The weather does affect crops. This year has been so wet that farmers are unable to cut hay. Last yeat it was too dry. Glad I am not a farmer!
Guest - May 12, 2007 02:19 PM EDT
this is a very eyecatching one in the series, an unusual cloud formation. They are very interesting to watch, - and they change so rapidly, - at least around here they do.
Guest - May 12, 2007 12:25 AM EDT
I am echoeing the above comments,a very interesting series of shots.How do these severe storms effects all the crops that are grown in your state?Thanks for showing us your corner of the world.
Guest - May 11, 2007 11:45 AM EDT
WOW!! what a great shot,You sure have been getting some storms in Texas recently.
Guest - May 11, 2007 07:54 AM EDT
Nice image of an unusual cloud formation.
Guest - May 11, 2007 06:51 AM EDT
Thank you, Steve, for viewing and leaving encouraging feedback. I liked the dark and light contrasts on the clouds.
Guest - May 11, 2007 05:53 AM EDT
A brilliant series of shots, Karen, of which I think this is my favourite. The range of colours in the clouds is remarkable, and you've caught them superbly. It looks as if it's on fire in the middle!
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