It all looks quite ominous, Alan. Have a great day out.
I haven't been back to the old dart since 1995 and you're almost making me homesick for those Pennines they're very nostalgic to me.
looks peaceful to me. i would gladly walk along the road...:)~HUGZ
Does look peaceful on one side and then the storm rolling in on the other.
Excellent shot! We need more of that approaching rain here.
Did they also have bored passengers waiting for the joys of Customs and Immigration; and wondering if their bags made the same cloud.
It is a great study of the clouds in the sky. I like it.
I don't suppose it bothers you... but why oh why is it so often lovely weather during the week and then rainy at the weekend?!
Beautifully dramatic shot!
Jenny, that is known as "Freckles Law" we have it in Canada too, especially in Alberta!
Wonderful photo; our weather has been similar, especially today when I needed to be outside. Enjoy your day out.
It's not the August weather we're used to. Right now I'm praying for torrential rain on certain areas of the country.........
For me who does have an outdoor hose where I rent, I enjoy getting rain at least a couple of times a week, it saves filling up a 4 litre watering can many times to water my flowers!! So when I see rain clouds similar to the ones in this photo, I am glad....great shot Alan.
Amazing storm clouds with a window of blue.Sorry I've not been around much, also lost your blog but found it again :)☼ Sunny
This is a photograph of my Auntie Annie - Annie Elizabeth Burnett who, in October 1933, became Annie Moore. My guess is that this particular...