Wednesday, June 18, 2008

The Trip Home



While waiting at the light, I spotted the typical family on this guy's back window. A smiling Dad, Mom, and two kids, and a confused dog.



A thunder storm had just rolled in and dumped some rain on Champions Gate. I spotted lightening in the distance.



Something damaged the sign and lamp post while I was away. More storms were coming, so I decided to head for the Clock Tower to see if I could shoot some lightening.



I shot this on the way, just in case there's a Project Red.



The sky was getting a little darker, but I wasn't fortunate enough to see any more lightening in the area.



The wind was kicking up pretty good, and the rain started again, so I dashed back to my truck.



But I had to shoot this helicopter before I left the Clock Tower.

8 comments:

Carletta said...

I felt like I was getting ready to drive through the gate with you!
Nice shots. I especially like the clouds over the palms.

Small City Scenes said...

Whoa! that wind did kick up. You're not violent are you? When I first put your post up the only pic was the last one and you said you had to shoot the helicopter. I pictured ka-plow and ka-boom but fortunately you just had your camera. Funny how words are, huh? MB

dot said...

What a nice bunch of pictures! I really like the red thing tho I'm not so sure what it is. It pays to be prepared!

cocabixinhos said...

Gostei!!
Foi giro ter ouvido falar neste episódio e depois ve-lo aqui reflectido e retratado :)
Agora já gosto mais das séries que fiz.
Very good!!

Chris said...

What a storm!!

A comment about the family sticker on that van: I think they're fun, and I'd like to get one that shows me and my two dogs (and husband) for my Mini. However, there are a lot of people out there who think they are awful and dangerous. Sigh.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Sheesh... what icky weather... I was expecting you to get hit by lightning and I'm glad you didn't! Yikes... what a messy ride!

Angie said...

A superb set of photos.

Janice Thomson said...

Wow what a story George - I'm puffing just trying to keep up with ya LOL. A neat series of photos of this incoming storm.