The Storm Is Over

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Tuesday 06 January, 2015 by Uncle Spike

All night and all the next day, the storm raged.
Thunder for twenty-four hours, lightening on three sides.
Enough rain in one night to fill a wheelbarrow.
And then it stopped, a hole appeared in the storm, showing that tomorrow would be sunny once more…

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15 thoughts on “The Storm Is Over

  1. Gorgeous sky, Uncle Spike. Best to your farming with the rain.

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  2. Sue Slaght says:

    Great capture of the sky Spike!

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  3. lamputts says:

    “A hole appeared in the storm” – very evocative and great picture!

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  4. Rajiv says:

    Next time, have some weed, open the doors and listen to “Riders On The Storm”. I did that many years ago. It was surreal.

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  5. Mich-in-French says:

    Love storms and how the peace they bring when they stop…its like everything was on pause when they rage. Lovely picture!

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  6. Gill McGrath says:

    Music playing there Spike! Nice!

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  7. Tha t all sounds very dramatic Spike – good picture!

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