Thursday, August 11, 2016
How's this for a photograph! I was on the way home from picking up dinner - don't tell anyone but it was Colonel Sanders tonight! There had been thunder around all afternoon but it wasn't until I was driving along the harbor that I saw this. It is unusual to see a thunderstorm from the side - usually it is a squall line moving through. The thing that first caught my eye, other than the dark clouds overhead, was the rain core - the medium gray shapes streaming toward the ground. I don't remember seeing that before. Thunderstorms are powerful and dangerous, and so incredible beautiful.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 8:27 PM