Saturday, August 02, 2008

That Was Yesterday....


Yesterday, it was a very hot summer day afternoon and it was our anniversary day.

After visiting the art museum in Charleston (more pictures will come about that) and after a great Ice cream "snack" we decided to go out again to our preferred place at James Island. But pretty soon BIG thunderclouds were forming over our heads and wonderful dark clouds moved in from the back. I love nature spectacles like that!

I will show you more pictures from the museum and more from this spot here with jumping dolphins, big oil tankers on the water and more thunder clouds. (Maybe I should save some pics for the "Friday Sky Watch" play).. ;-)

So then my friends, just stay tuned and come back any times. Oh, by the way..... comments are welcome too! :-)

20 comments:

Bob Johnson said...

Beautiful image Susanne, looking forward to the museum pics too.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Bob for your comments!

RennyBA said...

Dramaticly good picture - you can feel the nature vibrating in the sky.

Susanne49 said...

Yep, it was very dramatic, Renny. Thanks for commenting.

BigDadGib said...

I love photography and you have some fine pics.
Sometimes, I think taking pictures is a lost art. It's all point and click now.
Remember the days when we HAD to set the F stop, meter and ISO? lol

Those were the days... :)

Susanne49 said...

Yes I do remember those days very well, when I HAD to learn to do portraits with an old 18x24" woodden camera with plan films in the back. I even remember the days to make copies of glass plate negatives.

Those were the days....yes!
Thanks for commenting bigdadgib!

RecycleCindy said...

What a cool shot of the sun coming through the thunderheads!

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Cindy,

for visiting my blog and for your kind compliment. Nice to see you here around!

Titania Starlight said...

Looks like a really nice rain cloud. We could use some rain. IT is so very hot here in Mississippi. The temperature with the heat index was 111 the other day. A person can barely breathe, it is so dangerously hot.


Looking forward to the dolphin pics.

Take care,
Tawnya

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Tawnyia
for visiting and reading my post and for your nice comment.

Esther and Peter said...

wir gratulieren zu den - wie immer beeindruckenden Bildern, aber vor allem zu eurem Hochzeitstag an unserem Nationalfeiertag. Wir haben deine Mailanschrift verloren, bitte melde dich gelegentlich. Liebe GrĂ¼sse vom Bodensee

Susanne49 said...

Ich werde mich sofort per Email bei Euch melden. Danke fuer den netten Kommentar und fuer die Gruesse vom Bodensee.

Renee said...

I would simply love to dive into that photo and sit quietly for awhile.

Susanne49 said...

Thanks for visiting my blog Renee! Nice to meet you. :-)

Max-e said...

Wow, that is a stunning shot Susanne

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Max-e
for your comment and for visiting my blog.

Carole said...

Lovely light rays Sue. look forward to seeing the pictures.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Carol, for commenting here again. Very much appreciated. :-)

TorAa said...

First thing I did observe was the face of a Lemure just where the sunshine comes through the clouds.

With other words, I agree with you:
The nature is fantastic when cloudes creates creatures....

Susanne49 said...

Hi TorAa,

I have seen that face too in the clouds, like you. I love to watch stormy clouds. Thanks for commenting.

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