WPC: Beginning (of a twister?)

Beginning of a twister

Swirling Cloud

On our recent holiday at Cape Schanck, we were sitting on the balcony of our hotel room, when a loud siren sounded from the National Golf Club (building on the far left) – a storm which had been threatening for a while began to move rapidly towards land, fronted by this amazingly low cloud, which swirled ever so slowly as it came.

I attempted to capture some of its slow swirling motion with my iPhone, as it moved overhead.

For more entries to this week’s WPC, see The Daily Post.

My top five notables from this week’s entries:

An Enchanted Eye

puncta lucis

Flickr Comments

Oh, The Places We See

Zeebra Designs and Destinations

Weekly Photo Challenge: Habit

bb-hb1It’s our habit, on a Saturday, to head out early for breakfast at our local, and then to the golf course for 18 holes.

We got more than we bargained for today – on the fourth, a thunderstorm so powerful in its rain and wind action that we struggled to run against it to seek shelter from the lightning spiking all around us. The golf course was flooded in a couple of minutes – it’s frightening how quickly the weather can turn deadly.

For more entries to the WPC Habit theme, see The Daily Post.