Weekly Photo Challenge: Change and Clouds

Dramatic Clouds
Dramatic Clouds, a photo by Fergiemoto on Flickr.  (click on photo to enlarge)

>>:::<<
unsettled waters
sailing in flying vessels
clouds of change
>>:::<<

The last line, “clouds of change” can be taken literally, or metaphorically.

These dark, threatening clouds rolled in so fast one afternoon that it rapidly turned a sunny day into a gloomy day.  In this photo, the clouds look ripe and ready to burst, which they did.  We got what felt like buckets of rain suddenly pouring down on us.  How quickly things can change.

 This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is to share a picture that says CHANGE.
The Wild Weekly Photo Challenge encourages us to point our lenses toward the CLOUDS. 

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52 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Change and Clouds

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  9. Wow is literally all I could think when I saw that photo….and then gorgeous! stunning! amazing! It almost looks as if those clouds could be holding a charge or two of lightning 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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  11. “…We got what felt like buckets of rain suddenly pouring down on us. How quickly things can change…” – we have to take it as a metaphor: cancer like raining cats and dogs on our very heads …

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