I love that almost mysterious yellow light, S.E…
and how you’ve ‘weighted’ this!
That area of looming sky really gives me the impression of anticipating something big…
I can almost smell the approaching storm!
It was SO hot that day. I stepped outside when the wind came just before the huge raindrops fell.
I added some yellow to this, so it’s not exactly as it looked but there certainly was an unusual glow.
Love the perspective. Rooftops in wait…
I like rooftops.
From this perspective the clouds are such beautiful just like life itself.
Hey, Charlie Zero, thanks for dropping in amd welcome.
I love clouds. Always a source of peace and wonder to me.
You are welcome…Stay tune for my next poem in about half-hour from now…:)
Yes, love how dwarfed you’ve made the rooftops. The windows look like they’re looking up hesitantly.
Yes, the windows do look like that, I agree.
Very cool. I love the perspective here. Great sky, too.
The rooftops look like they’re rearing back, eh?
So much sky. Just think how much rain could come out of that sky. I’m not surprised the drops were huge. Wonderful colour and mood.
Waiting for some rain again, this evening. There was a bit of rumbling thunder but it seems to have moved away now. I like the sound of rain when I’m tucked away indoors.
That is an ominous sky!
Oh, I think it’s beautiful. I prefer the sky with clouds. And surprisingly not much rain came from those clouds.
“The rain fell out of the yellow sky like a drunken wallaby.” Australian Noir. A bit like Vegas Noir, only more down under.
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