Stormy Days of Winter


Tuesday 30 December, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Beautiful clear skies or fierce storms. That’s about as good a summary as you could make of our winter weather. It’s rarely just ‘dull’, that’s for sure, with a cyclical offering of 3-7 days sun, followed by a 2-4 day storm that can knock your socks off.

The following are all images taken these past few days – love the rapid changes we get here!












11 thoughts on “Stormy Days of Winter

  1. orples says:

    After reading your stats, I don’t think I’ll embarrass myself by sharing mine. Good Job, Spike. You do have an extraordinary blog and your numbers are well deserved. Good for you. 🙂


    • Uncle Spike says:

      Numbers aren’t everything. Some bloggers have low publishing rates, but staggering view ratios. They offer far better quality over quantity that I do. We are all different though; none better or worse. Each blog has its own merits, and that’s what makes it all so interesting. No point in us all doing the same thing, right?
      Have a great year.


  2. backtobodrum says:

    We are In full rain storm mode, not much incentive to go out and shoot photos here in Bodrum.


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