Storm 2

These are some more photos that I took yesterday in the first day of the storm. Although the waves haven’t been so high today, they have still been a bit wallopy. The photos have all been adjusted so you can see them. I took them from my balcony. Well, my balcony doors were open, but my camera was on its tripod in the kitchen.

I can’t believe I caught these. A lorry went past barely a second or two before this.

52 thoughts on “Storm 2

    • LOL Thanks John πŸ™‚ And it is so still today. At the moment anyway. It is due to pick up again later. So I am going out now.

    • Thanks Vishal. My kids and I will stand in our living room watching the waves crashing over the walls and the ships bouncing around

  1. I was going to ask you if the phoitos were off the storm that is currently hitting Britain then read in the comments that it is. Things sound very scary over there. I have family in Cork city Ireland and the city is currently being sandbagged. I hope you are all safe and that the weather settles soon.

    • Thanks Dianne. It is a stunning view from front and from the back. My rear balcony has a view of the White Cliffs of Dover πŸ™‚

  2. lorry! I hope she was in a barge…;) It’s raining her today–yay–as it’s officially drought conditions in Cally. ‘CCording to our guv’nah, we got 2 years worth o’ water left in Cachuma–our main water source…so you know…Storms are blessings!! πŸ™‚
    You are so blessed!! πŸ˜‰

    • You can have some of ours. One of the rivers that has been dry for years has just burst its banks. We are on Amber Alert – be prepared to evacuate. Further down, they are on red – Threat to life. There are houses that have had their foundations washed away

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