Monday, 30 April 2007

Thunder in the Mountains




A storm in a teacup really...it swept in promising mayhem and swept out half an hour later having dumped a teaspoon of water on the garden.
As Shakespeare said:
"Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.."

8 comments:

GMG said...

It could be «Much ado about nothing...», but probably, taking into account the local, «Mons parturiens...» would be more adequate.Great shot, anyhow!

tut-tut said...

Great photo, Angela! you really captured that impending doom of a thunderstorm about to break. There is a lot of depth there, too, with the light and deeper shadow under the trees.

isabella said...

Or " all bark and no bite" ;-)
We get that a lot in Florida.

Chris & Deb said...

looks like that here this evening!Beautiful photo and a perfect quote!

Kala said...

that was quite an omnious cloud approaching! I image it must have gotten dark really fast - very impressive! The garden must be happy with all the water =)

Abraham Lincoln said...

Stunning photography.

My Theme Day is of a city unto itself, with its own zip code, and a portrait of the "Peashooter" at the National Museum of the United States Air Force. Hope you like flying.

Z said...

I love the light in such situations. Oh, the drama!

Kuanyin said...

I LOVE the energy of thunderstorms! I can almost feel it with this marvelous capture!