From The North

April 15, 2020  •  14 Comments


Typically, the bad weather comes in from the west or south or a combination thereof. Rarely does it roll in directly from the north and when it does it's usually in winter. This spring storm, though, came in from the north and was visually impressive.


Kentucky 1/100 sec. f/8 ISO 100


Kentucky 1/125 sec. f/8 ISO 100


Kentucky 1/80 sec. f/8 ISO 100


Kentucky 1/50 sec. f/8 ISO 100


Kentucky 1/50 sec. f/8 ISO 100



Linking to Skywatch Friday



Those are really threatening skies. Our storms come from the southeast followed by clearing northwest winds. While storm winds can be bad, it is the clearing winds that are the strongest and hardest to take in our floating cabin that gets pushed back and forth. - Margy
Peter B.(non-registered)
Wow, these are impressive sky shots! Beautifully captured, I think #4 is my favorite.
Freda Mans-Labianca(non-registered)
Those are some incredible skies and clouds!
Jutta Kupke(non-registered)
What awesome recordings they are!
I am deeply impressed.
A series that shows the change in the sky in minute detail.
Great job, I'm impressed.
Warm greetings from Germany
Stay healthy!
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I love these heavy clouds. Waiting for monsoon season to capture them
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