Thursday, August 21, 2008

Fay...






The storm is still churning around, and hasn't quite decided what She wants to do yet. For now we have some strong winds and some heavy rain. We haven't lost power yet, so that's a good thing. I went to the Beach last night to check out the surf, and it was pretty high then already.








The cable went out here, and I couldn't finish my post, but now it's back up (oh, how technology rules my life).






This first view is the entrance to Atlantic Beach in Jacksonville.

And the sea & sky looking south/southeast. I was hoping I could head down again today, but they closed the Dames Point Bridge due to high winds..



Love the seaside weathervane here. This view is looking northwest. I believe it'll be a few days before I see the sun again!
As always click the photo for a larger view, and by all means visit the Skywatch website for links to many many more participants!















13 comments:

Jeanne said...

DEfinitely looks like some troubled weather. Be safe my friend!

Napaboaniya said...

We're getting these skies here was well, never know when it'll brew up a heavy storm.
Happy Weekend still!

My skywatch at Napaboaniya APAD

Lara said...

take care with this weather, and enjoy your weekend!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Beautiful

Louis la Vache said...

WOW! You make us feel as if we were right there in the storm!

carlamaldita said...

stormy weather ahead! take care!

carla

babooshka said...

I prefer to be theis sided vieing the winderful storm rather than in it.

Kelly said...

Great shot! Looks like you had some really tough weather! Hope you stay safe! Thanks for showing us the picture!

Anna said...

Those are some ominous clouds, aren't they?

I really like that weathervane.

Arija said...

Frightening though beautiful skies.
I hope the storms pass by and you stay safe.

Deborah Godin said...

Great shots, and really capture the ominous feeling. Hope you weather the storm okay!

Bonnie Story said...

Hello! What a gorgeous golden sunset. I don't think I have ever seen gold and yellow like that. Those gunmetal gray clouds are so intimidating. Especially when you see puffy white clouds in front of sheets of datk gray, around here that means it's gonna be bad. Thanks for visiting my blog at Skywatch - keep snappin' and don't let Fay get you down. Bonnie

Louise said...

Love that middle picture! Nice SWF post.