Thursday, February 26, 2009

SkyWatch Friday #33

Storms clouds rolled into Houston yesterday, and while they didn't bring much rain (yet) they did bring some nice sky-watching opportunities.

Storm clouds rolling into Houston
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20 comments:

Dancin' Fool said...

I really like this shot, there is so much depth to it. Great composure.

Juliana RW said...

lonely shot but gorgeous

My SWF entry this week : in HERE. I hope you have time to visit. Thanks

NovaS said...

Amazing... those clouds indicates of having a heavy rain in your area... splendid...

Happy Friday!

check out mine here:
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Lynne said...

Fabulous photo.

Bradley Myers said...

Good composition, and a good swf capture.

Ida said...

Very nice. :)

Champ Townboy said...

Great shot!!

Kallen305 said...

Love that shot!! It looks like someting that belongs in one of those black and white photography books!

Photo Cache said...

I love the sky when it's grey and heavy like this.

Sylvia K said...

A really dramatic shot! a starkness that is beautiful! Thanks for sharing! Happy SWF!

kden said...

Great stormy sky. Looks like a great B&W shot. Love your cat reflection photo too. And you have a very beautiful family. All around love your blog!

bowledover said...

A lot of bad weather is coming your way it seems.Captured very well in this picture. Thank you.

VALKYRIEN said...

Love the drama in this shot! Dark and mysterious!

Rune said...

Great composition...

Eric Ripma said...

Awesome shot. I really like the decision to go with black and white.

Arija said...

Nice clouds

Hilda said...

Magnificent composition in monochrome! Happy Sky Watching!

Kelly said...

Very dramatic and interesting.

Kyle said...

Thanks for all the kind words, folks. I don't often shoot black & white any more, but this day just begged for it. I was pleased with the way this shot turned out, especially considering that it was shot from the car window as I sat in traffic on the way home from work! Right time, right place, lucky click of the shutter... :-)

Thiên said...

This shot is GORGEOUS Kyle!