Thursday, September 8, 2011

skywatch friday: Tropical sky




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In Papua New guinea as in Borneo, the skies builds up with moisture and releases it with a heavy downpour around 3 pm. When the clouds are dark, we rush to take the laundry in.

8 comments:

Kel said...

i remember well the afternoon rains in PNG, you could practially set your watch by them

Jackie said...

At least you don't have the uncertainty of British weather, we can never predict our downpours like that, just carry a brolly and hope for the best.
Nice photo.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice photo.

Regards!

Mariane said...

That is a nice photo and I like the story with it... Thanks for sharing

Carver said...

I like this shot. Although I don't live in a tropical region sometimes it feels like it.

Genie said...

Ann...This looks like it could have been shot in south Florida. It looks sososo familiar...the trees blowing and the water Such a pretty capture. The mountains are lovely, but I still miss the water. genie

Ginny said...

Love the palm trees, we have none around here.

Jackie said...

In answer to your question about Yorkshire Pudding, yes I do make it quite often, though sometimes I will buy the small frozen ones from 'Aunt Betsy' a frozen food company here in the UK. That is if I only want two individual small puds about the size of a cupcake. For bigger puds, either to go with a roast or for 'Toad in the Hole' - a pud with sausages cooked within it, I make my own. A good pud should be as light as a feather, or a cotton wool cumulus cloud - and worthy of a photo on Friday Sky Watch..!!