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Monday, July 27, 2015


Victoria's distinctive weather does not generally include storms with thunder and lightning and most years we will have only one or two. This year's was welcomed yesterday afternoon. First a bit of thunder, a few deep growls, then a real downpour for a couple of hours. We've been having a bit of a drought for the last few months so this was very welcome. The skies blew clear after the storm and I went out to Saxe Point and took this photo of the tail end of the big clouds that brought the storm. I'm very fond of this view because it is for me so completely characteristic of the Pacific Northwest coast. You can see by all the brown and yellow how dry it has been.


William Kendall said...

You could use a good deal more rain for the remainder of the summer and most of the fall, considering the lack of rain.

What a view!

JoJo said...

Great view and it looks very fall-like. Glad you guys got some's getting pretty critical out there.

Stephanie said...

Tis lovely!