Daily Image - Apr 2012 Archive - sonofjohan
17 Apr 12.  Around here, as I am sure it is true of many other locations, we grew up with folks addressing the weather with the phrase "if you don't like the weather wait another . . . . and it will change", with the . . . . part generally being 5 minutes or maybe 10 minutes, but always something along that line. Now, in par,t that was often not so far off, as the weather can change rather rapidly, especially in the Spring time of the year, whenever it happens to arrive, which itself can be quite variable. If the momentary change isn't always obvious, generally the daily changes are. In the image sent late for Friday we saw some very dramatic dark clouds with sunlight filtering down through the small breaks in that cloud layer; for today we look out at the exact same spot to view a very pastel and some might say romantic setting. The difference; a mere 24 hours. I wasn't able to see it on Sunday, but I'm betting it was not like either of the two previous mornings. A start of the day with weather like this makes it hard to think about going to work. Other than some cropping to move the horizon off dead center, this is straight from the camera. ISO 200; 1/125 sec @ f / 8.

17 Apr 12. Around here, as I am sure it is true of many other locations, we grew up with folks addressing the weather with the phrase "if you don't like the weather wait another . . . . and it will change", with the . . . . part generally being 5 minutes or maybe 10 minutes, but always something along that line. Now, in par,t that was often not so far off, as the weather can change rather rapidly, especially in the Spring time of the year, whenever it happens to arrive, which itself can be quite variable. If the momentary change isn't always obvious, generally the daily changes are. In the image sent late for Friday we saw some very dramatic dark clouds with sunlight filtering down through the small breaks in that cloud layer; for today we look out at the exact same spot to view a very pastel and some might say romantic setting. The difference; a mere 24 hours. I wasn't able to see it on Sunday, but I'm betting it was not like either of the two previous mornings. A start of the day with weather like this makes it hard to think about going to work. Other than some cropping to move the horizon off dead center, this is straight from the camera. ISO 200; 1/125 sec @ f / 8.

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