Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Bad Weather

Ed is a truck driving photographer from Tennessee who hosts a photography challenge blog called Sunday Stills here on WordPress.

This week Ed would like to see any BAD WEATHER pics.

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And what better weather photos to show you after all the rain we have experienced in the UK this month than floods – these are the River Severn overflowing in Shrewsbury.

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Heyjude

I now live back in the UK, but spent several years travelling the world and then living in South Africa. I look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

26 thoughts on “Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Bad Weather”

    1. Yup, plenty of rain around here – streams running down the roads, fields that are lakes, roads completely covered in water and fast brown (all that Welsh mud) water rushing along the actual rivers! How’s it in your part of the country?

    1. You can feel better Jenny as these floods are on water meadows, so no homes were harmed in the making of these images.

      Must be dreadful though to have this mucky water running through your home. One reason why we shouldn’t be building homes on flood plains! Rivers have to have somewhere to spill over onto.

      1. Yep, forecast not good…. I am developing a serious rain aversion, but know that I am very fortunate compared to people that have had their homes flooded, so I can’t grumble.

    1. No Cathy, I’m a long way up from our river, though people living close by have sandbags at the ready. And a very, very long way from the coast where much of the damage has been done. Thanks for your concern!

  1. Depressing, isn’t it, but our poor old American friends will have lots of photos to share (if their fingers can still click the shutter 🙂 ) Surreal! My son’s a Superbowl fan. That will be interesting! (for a change 🙂 )

    1. Oh yes, interesting to see how excited they are about icicles in the southern states – must be completely weird to see something you have never seen before! A bit like snow in Johannesburg!

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