SWF – 23 or Riders on the Storm


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In my last post, I showed a video of a storm that hit our town. Rainfall from this downpour varied from 1.5″ to 4.5″ in a short period of time. Immediately after taking that video, we had to leave for Adelaide. That, fortunately,  meant driving east. It took us over an hour, but we managed to get ahead of the storm front. We pulled over briefly to take these photos:





The pictures, if lined up span about 180° from south (pic 1) to north (pic4) facing west. The photos were taken near Pandurra Station. 30 minutes later, the storm had caught us again, and we had another 3 ½ hours of driving in the rain.

11 responses to “SWF – 23 or Riders on the Storm

  1. Awesome cloud formations, you captured it perfectly.

    Regina In Pictures

  2. Wow! Such drama in the skies! Drive safely!

    Tink *~*~*
    My Mobile Adventures *~*~*

  3. All clouds all the time I love it.

    Happy weekend.

    Mine’s here: http://calrat.blogspot.com

  4. perfect catch for Skywatch!!! Happy weekend! Mine’s up too hope you can visit….

  5. It’s not fun to drive in rain. Glad you made it to your destination safely,

  6. Awesome cloud formations!Happy weekend and SkyWatch from Norway :o)

  7. Wow! These images are like sheets of silk were draped over the sky. A truly lovely series of pictures and very enjoyable.

    Have a happy xmas and new year too.

  8. Looks like it was a heck of a downpour! Nice photos

  9. Stormy skies for sure. Great shots!

  10. Superb cloud shots, glad you stopped to take them even if the storm caught you up.

  11. awesome cloud formations…thanks for taking the time to share this with us 🙂

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