A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Wednesday, 19 November 2008

Storm Front



A giant black curtain is drawn across the land.

Last Sunday evening we had a storm front pass through just on dusk. We didn't suffer the full brunt of it, unlike some parts of Brisbane which have been declared a disaster area, but this is what it looks like a few minutes before the wind and rain hits!

The last of the blue sky is still visible under the cloud for now, but in less than thirty seconds all sunlight is obliterated.


Mooloolah River
Mountain Creek
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9 comments

Bergson said...

Terrible but there is one light of hope

Nathalie said...

Oh wow, what a fantastic shot!
You caught a most dramatic moment.

Glad you didn't suffer too much from the storm. Sorry about the other areas around BNE.

Anonymous said...

Wow. That is some storm moving across your landscape. Ours are starting to be filled with some snow. Thanks for the visit and also the compliment on the header on the birds blog.

JM said...

Wow! Fantastic shot! Scary capture!

Ken said...

Glad to hear you missed the burnt of the storm.

tr3nta said...

Stunning photo.... beautiful... :-0

Neva said...

wow. what a shot that is!

babooshka said...

It's like a black velvet drape that has been slahed around the middle. Incredib;e and not at all an easy shot.

angela said...

Looks like the end of the world..I'd have been hiding in the cellar. It made a dramatic photo though.

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