Tuesday, November 22, 2005

the biggest darkest storm in history

these are pictures taken in order of a giant storm coming off the sea of japan and pounding kanazawa with rain. the clouds were so dark i had to adjust my shutter speed to the same settings that i take pictures at night with. as the storm approached, big winds carried rain in from the sea and it was raining with clear skies. the whole time, big flashes of lightining flashed out in the distance over the sea. The storm came in around 4pm and transformed the day to night, all the buildings in kz turned on their lights in the afternoon it was so dark. it was amazing, i have never seen anything like it. im sorry these captions are so poorly written, my english is getting pretty terrible.


Blogger The Creative Death said...

Holy cow! Thats some intense 'cloud-age'. Incredible!

3:27 PM  

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