Weekly Challenge - 1/22 - 1/28 Weather

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For this week’s challenge, our photo theme is weather! You may interpret as you wish. Please post up to 5 photos (single posts throughout the week or all together, your choice).

New photos only taken on or after the challenge start date please. Get out there and shoot!





Challenge rules:
Note this is not a contest, it’s a motivational thread.
This is not a place for previously taken photos!
Critique is not part of the challenges but comments and discussion are encouraged.
Please say a little bit about your photo to help others improve and get inspired.
 
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Looks pretty chilly in Canada Dan. Brrrr. ☕

A storm was coming in this afternoon in Launceston, Tasmania. Just got rain though, no thunder or lightening.

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This is from early this morning, but the weather was moving out. But the clouds were great and the lighting was good and there was this awesome tree...

 
You’re welcome Cheryl! Harlie and I took a walk at sunrise at our local high point after Monday’s storm. It was amazingly beautiful. Tough walking uphill as it was mostly unbroken trails and a bit slippery. We were exhausted by 8am lol. She got to sleep all day but I had to start working.

Snowy sunrise by SharonCat..., on Flickr

Snowy sunrise by SharonCat..., on Flickr
 
Got to work from home today because of weather. Here's a cell phone snap that I took when I looked up from my laptop.

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I was trying to chase down the edge of a weather front moving through but caught this as it dissipated. Turned into one of the wildest & most colorful sunsets I've seen for while.
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