Black & White Sunday: Abstract Unseasonal Weather This week at Lost in Translation, Paula is prompting us think ‘abstract’. Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I heard a friend from the south of England complain about unseasonal weather. Now I know what he meant. This is to use the newly acquired word – fantabulous shot, Tish 🙂 Thank you for playing.
Thank you dear Paula for being so brilliant under adversity 🙂
Unseasonal weather in Michigan too. Winter coats and gloves and a touch of snow. Great photo Tish.
I like. 😀
Weird weather here too. Frosty night, but shorts by day.
So much light and sharpness in this Tish. Lovely.
They were indeed very sharp hailstones, Meg 🙂
Doesn’t always guarantee a sharp photo!!!
It must have been a pretty heavy fall.
The hailstones weren’t quite as big as those in the photo, but they certainly felt that big, Gilly. What a deluge it was. The pic was taken through our bedroom roof light.
Stunning image! Unseasonal weather here too. We are experiencing summer weather in spring but I’m not complaining. Keep well, Tish. 🙂
You too, Cocoa and thanks for the kind thought.
Stay warm. Lovely shot.
Very interesting submission.
Thank you, Sally.
You think beautifully, Tish 🙂
Well that’s a very nice comment, Jo. Thank you.
Weird weather indeed. Has rained for the past two days! In winter! Almost unheard of in Gauteng.
As they say in Rome: How’s the weather? Hail, Caesar!
Definitely was 🙂
Brilliant shot. Hope your weather has improved.
Indeed it has, Lisa. Well mostly. This is England after all 🙂