May 27, 2016

Rain Over the Valley



It can be interesting watching the weather change from up on Skyline Drive. Here a rain storm is moving over the Shenandoah Valley, coming from the west. 

Rain on the Windshield 

After driving back to the Valley, I looked back toward where I'd been and saw a layer of clouds resting on the Blue Ridge.

15 comments:

  1. I really like the 1st photo the way you included the stone wall & the perspective of looking along the top of it. In the Rain on the windshield photo it looks like it's really pelting down.

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  2. Hello, I hope to get to the Skyline drive soon. Lovely views, even with the rain! Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend! Happy Memorial Day weekend!

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  3. such beautiful views...love the photo of rain on the windshield...we had a huge storm blow in yesterday afternoon and then it cleared up and you never knew! just in time for the boys baseball game! have a great memorial weekend :)

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  4. Beautiful!
    Have a wonderful week-end!

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  5. Really neat sky pictures! I hope you have a nice holiday weekend!

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  6. Linda, speeding a lot of time in the mountains, I know how quickly the sky can change (and the weather for that matter). I love your series of photos today! Thanks for sharing with the SWF gang! ;)

    SWF: Bass Lake #BRinfo

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  7. Neat!! There are photographers here who have exhibited lots of images involving rain on a windshield...really beautifully abstract [especially the night shots] so that it is not even clear whst you are looking at.

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  8. Enjoyed your photos. My husband drive there often and sometimes I think we should live in the mountains. Virginias mountains are beautiful.

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  9. Oh how neat to see the approaching storm from the Skyline drive. Quite a different view on the way back but very pretty.

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  10. Great sky shots, and I really like the view of the storm off on the horizon!

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  11. Even in the rain the views are lovely.
    Lovely series of photo's.

    All the best Jan

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