Monday, September 5, 2016

After a hurricane, one can expect great turbulence in the sea and sky.   The recent Hermine was mostly a Gulf coast storm that left the Atlantic coast alone for the brunt of it.  Still, though, even days later, the sky was very active with layers of clouds; some scudding rapidly, and others staying a while. The ocean here is just what it would be after a regular storm at high tide with a breeze, but the scudding and static clouds made the sky quite active.  (Film, #15 deep yellow filter)

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