Photo of the Week 2016 – Week 11

The weather was a little obnoxious this week, which meant that the sea had a bit of a temper tantrum. I always love it when it does that as the waves are magnificent. Although I wouldn’t want to be out in it, and I do feel for anyone who has to be.

2016 Week 11

Photo of the Week 2016
Week 11

8 thoughts on “Photo of the Week 2016 – Week 11

  1. We were actually out in a warm rain for a few hours attempting to tame a privet hedge yesterday. But I’ve been in large and small boats on rough seas…
    I used to not get sea sick…now I have to be careful.
    I read though that, that that change comes with age… so don’t grow older 🙂

        • It is. The same way you can use the word “and” five times in a and still make sense.

          A sign writer was creating a sign for a pub “George and Dragon”. When the landlord sees the sign, he says to the signwriter

          “The spaces are too large. There is too much space between ‘George’ and ‘and’and ‘and’ and ‘Dragon'”

  2. Yes, rough weather can be dangerous, but it can make for some great photographs! We have the same thing with tornadoes and hail storms in the Midwestern U.S. People known as storm chasers will deliberately seek out bad weather; in part to gather data about the systems, but also to capture the event on film or video. They often get too caught up in the moment and end up bouncing around inside their vehicles.

    • I used to go storm chasing, but we could only go to a few places. One time we stood on top of a hill watching a storm, and this guy took an umbrella out of his car. He wondered why everyone moved away from him until he realised the umbrella was metal lol.

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