An elegant sufficiency

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Four seasons weather in one day


Looked out around 5pm yesterday afternoon to see this amazing light. It's been a weird day as far as the weather is concerned, starting out fine enough, but by 10am, this was the outlook.
Ten minutes later, it had all gone and the sky was a brilliant blue. Wouldn't you just know it, but by the time I'd got my camera, the sun had gone in, the clouds had overlaid the blue and it was starting to rain.


By the time we'd had lunch, the rain had changed to hail and a vicious wind was whipping up. Finally, by tea time, the thunder clouds rolled in and there was much ominous rumbling and a few flashes of lightning; enough for us to run and turn computers off!

I wonder why we British people talk about the weather so much?

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4 Comments:

  • oooh The Cotswolds ..........makes me feel quite homesick!

    I love that stone ! but possibly not the weather :0)

    By Blogger Zaz, at 7:34 pm  

  • Was passing your neck of the woods today Gill, and encountered a heavy storm of hailstones whilst the sun was shining! It was bitterly cold too. Maggie H

    By Blogger Stitching with Schnauzer and Siamese, at 9:23 pm  

  • No daffodils here, but we did have 15 cm of fresh snow on the weekend!

    By Blogger nadine, at 3:43 pm  

  • I love the way you have caught all that weather with your camera on the same day.

    By Blogger MargaretR, at 10:47 pm  

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