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Desert Light

New Mexican light. There is nothing like it.

I miss it a lot. There are days when I wonder what I did. I wonder why I came back. 253 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Week 4 - #10 Dangerous

As I am sure everyone has been reading, we have a monster storm heading in the direction of Florida.  I do not live on the coast, but a reasonable distance inland and I am not in a flood or evacuation zone.   144 more words

Florida

From sunshine to storm on Labor Day

TO THE NORTH, storm clouds bruised the sky late Labor Day afternoon.

Brooding blue, then masses of grey before the rain gushed near New Ulm as we drove east from the southwestern Minnesota prairie toward home. 333 more words

Climate, Weather, and Your Characters

If you are going to write a believable story, the climate and weather will come into it. Often, you can have the weather cause problems for your characters. 487 more words

Fiction

Storm Clouds

Monochrome Madness Challenge

“Storm Clouds” is my entry for this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge. You can join the Monochrome Madness challenge and see more entries over at… 18 more words

Photography Challenges

18th August 2017 Wells-next-the-sea, Norfolk, short walk to avoid storm, YHA to the beach and back

I arrived in Wells-next-the-sea on Friday afternoon, parking near the Youth Hostel and walking through the very quaint, narrow streets, passing rows of cottages made out the local flint.  245 more words

Coastal Walking