I like these lights. Exciting colors.
Welcome again Misi, glad you like the photo
and thanks for dropping by.
You have a beautiful collaction,but now I am going to sleep. Tomorrow I'll come again.Good night,Sonja
Thankyou so much for your visit and nice compliment Sonjabgd. I will look forward to your return.
Hung be the heavens, with black.
The wrath of god cs
Yield day to night!
Comets, importing change of times and states,
Brandish your crystal tresses in the sky.
_Hail! the gods have spoken! They doth set the sky assunder!!
Mere mortals shall not venture, the 'Tempest' is nigh_
And with them scourge the bad revolting stars,
That have consented unto Henry's death!
King Henry the Fifth, too famous to live long!
England ne'er lost a king of so much worth.
Gosh!! you are waxing lyrical now cs
I am lost for words !!!
Warm wishes Claus.
Hi Jim, back to everyday life. Wish I were able to write lines like these, capturing the mood of this photo.
I've been admiring your Norwegian pictures, if only I could create some lines about the sun that doesn't like to set, and Jim who does like to sleep..
Best regards, Claus
I am certain Claus, that out of your excellent knowledge of English will come the words to express the mood.
I think that you have a creative mind knowing the brilliant quotes that you so often make.
Respect !!! (¬j^)
Great shot Jim. I really like the sunlit buildings and boats against the stormy looking sky, Nice colours as well.
Best wishes, John
Very well done photo Jim!
Beautiful place with this threatening dark sky.
Did it rained then?
Great image, congratulation.
Greetings one and all, it's good to see you here
John--I am thinking that a Northerly gale was brewing here, the Parish church flag is my wind direction indicator.
Mimi--Many thanks for all your brilliant comments, your visit has given me much pleasure!!
Gastone, I can't remember the rain coming but on checking the exinfo, I am reminded that August 07 was one of the stormiest of all summers.
I'm glad that you stayed a while. Thanks for your nice comment ;>)
Shocking contrast! I like it so much,is not usual in my region,just cause winds-turns,and mountains close to sea..lovely,sweetness and power of the nature!
Greetings Efrem, how nice to see you here.
I haven't looked this far back in my gallery for ages, hence the late response ;>)
I enjoyed your interesting feedback and observations. The weather conditions are so changeable here on the East coast of the UK. Sometimes, the storm clouds are so low in the sky
giving this ominous, threatening appearance ;>)
Thanks for stopping by ;>)
Dear Axota, I wonder if you can help, I am a retired pensioner and unfortunately housebound with rheumatoid arthritis. To try and keep busy I want to make a website about the weather in my home town of Whitby The site would be entirely non profit making and purely to inform visitors and people in the town. I would very much like to include your photo "storm brewing" to illustrate a page on my site I wondered if you would be kind enough to give your permission. I would of course put in the appropriate acknowledgements that you would require. I do hope you can help,
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