Wet & Windy

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For Sundays in My City, a short post. Storming here, with winds on the hillside as strong as I’ve ever seen it.  I’m not the industrious sort to set up an alcove or suffer getting drenched for a photograph – just snapped a few quick shots then hustled back in to my warm dry home. The news crews are having a field day running about shooting fallen trees and street flooding with full river flooding in areas of Northern California possible this afternoon. For me, the main concern is power (it has flickered a few times, not a good sign).

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 Hoping Sunday sees my friends warm and dry.

9 comments on “Wet & Windy

  1. Tara R. says:

    Wonderful capture on the rain splashing in the birdbath. Stay dry and safe.

  2. Betsy at Zen Mama says:

    I’m so jealous! We want snow or rain here so much in Colorado!! Love your first picture by the way!

  3. Wayne says:

    I love those rain pictures…

  4. unknownmami says:

    I really love that first shot.

  5. BLOGitse says:

    Rain is nice to watch but too much is too much. We had floods in Málaga, it was horrible!
    Now it’s sunny but cool – which is better than snow or rain 🙂

    • Maggie says:

      I have mud in the driveway from where it washed in from the road that I have to go shovel out (it’s a few inches deep), had flooding in my previous location (mine was garage, not home as the house was a bit higher) so I know the downside of rain.

  6. Vidya Sury says:

    The first shot is gorgeous! We had heavy rains over the weekend, quite unexpected. Happy week to you!

  7. Dorothy says:

    Great shots! Love then!!

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