Monday, June 10, 2013


In many of its glorious phases.  Some captions came with the photos.  Mine are in italics.

Don't argue with Mother Nature.


Do you see the face?

Spiral cloud in Himalayas

The foreground doesn't look real to me.

Looks like a person just left of center.

Volcano eruption.

Humor --

Don't worry what people think. They don't very often.

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Aspire to inspire before you expire.

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To err is human, but to really foul things up requires a committee.

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Tech support:  What kind of computer do you have?
Female customer:  A white one...

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Tech support:  Click on the 'my computer' icon on to the left of the screen.
Customer:  Your left or my left?


  1. If you'd grown up with real thunder and lightning storms, that foreground would look real to you: the colors are so intense just before one of those hits. They give a sense of what the storm is going to be like.

  2. The top picture looks like my driveway. The tarmac is no match for the perennial weeds! "Make no mistake, the weeds will win. Nature bats last."

  3. Those are some of the most amazing photos I've seen! The light on the foreground of the storm is very typical in tornado weather around here, that almost ultraviolet overtone to everything. Feels like a different world.