It seems you have the same weather we´ve had yesterday. Yesterday The Hague looked more like Venice. They say there is a lot of damage - well, not as bad as in Pakistan - but i liked seeing all these cars stuck in water.Bertus
It looks pretty ominous that sky
Bertus,within the past two days three times I emptied our rain-barrels, to give room for the next rain - altogether 2,400 litres. Means: We use a former septic tank/cesspit as a reservoir for dry periods during summer, so that we can water our plants.Last year I saved about 4,000 litres - and when the drought ended (after five weeks) there was almost no drop left.That's why I don't mind the rain. Next year's drought - and if it decides to last eight weeks - will meet me prepared.Jams,ominous and ... fascinating.Still I hope for some dry and sunny days - for the sake of paprikas, potatoes, tomatoes etc..
Mysterious sky bordering on eerie. Hopefully sunny days come your way soon.
Ah, Lady Janice,your words in the sun's ears!
WATER MUSICFriday is skydayThe sun hides awayLet it rain and rainNo dryness againIn the garden sitting And my coffee sippingI cannot stop laughingAt the water drippingOver the land and meA Handel SymphonyAllegrettoBravissimoEncoreEncore
That has a definite autumnal feel to it.
Claude,shall I book tickets in advance for next year`s Händel_festival? Can't promise rain, though.Ruth,now, and don't both we like autumn? :)
I can see a face in that cloud!We have ominous clouds at the moment too.
I love autumn :-)
CherryPie,shhh, I am so glad I am not the only one seeing faces ...Ruth,so there are already two of us. :)
Add me to the list.:) The splendour, the colour and the melancholy...