Friday, February 28, 2014

Skywatch Friday

It may not look like it, but it was about 22 degrees Fahrenheit when I shot this. Those clouds are the beginning of the big snowstorm that hit Oregon in early February...

Cape Foulweather, OR
(2/5/14)

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11 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Great capture and YES!! It was cold in Oregon early this month! Surely is nice to have some blue skies today along with mild temps -- well, at least here in Portland!! Have a great weekend, Linnea!!

Light and Voices said...

I am your newest follower. The house on the edge sure can enjoy the sky watches but I wouldn't want to be in there during a wind storm. Must be wonderful to hear the waves crashing though. I can almost smell the ocean from here. Thank you for this wonderful post.
JM Illinois

VioletSky-Sightlines said...

I like how you can see that strip if precipitation off to the right. And a house on teh edge like that always looks so vulnerable (even it would have a front row seat to all the action!)

Happyone said...

I love this shot!!

Gordon said...

I really like this view, for some reason it give me a feeling of isolation, also like your header photo.
All the best Gordon.

Janice Adcock said...

Beautiful composition.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Such a beautiful seascape. I think I would enjoy all the changing colours of weather patterns there.

ladyfi said...

Oh, what a gorgeous shot.

Louis la Vache said...

HAHAHA!!!
"Cape Foulweather" - with the snow storm pending, this is well-named!

Susie of Arabia said...

This photo belongs on the cover of a novel. There are so many possible stories to be told ...

Merisi said...

What beautiful shot!
Building a house out there leaves so many questions in my head, the builders must have had a deep knowledge of the area and the weather patterns.

Happy Sky Watch,
Merisi