Thursday, March 8, 2012

The Stormy Second Thursday Of March View From Miss Puerto Rico's Balcony

Stormy View North From Miss Puerto Rico's Balcony
Rain today made going on a walk today only doable under a bumbershoot, if staying dry was desired.

So, I opted out of any outdoor salubrious endorphin inducing aerobic activity and went walking at Super Target instead.

On the way to Super Target Miss Puerto Rico called me. She was located at a Jack in the Box somewhere south of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

Miss Puerto Rico told me a big storm was heading my way. She wanted me to unplug her three TVs so they would not get zapped by incoming lightning bolts.

So, after I was done walking around Super Target I drove to Miss Puerto Rico's and unplugged her TVs. So far, coming  up on 5 in the afternoon, no lightning has flashed in my location.

I had myself a very fine swim in the rain this morning. I do not know if a repeat will be able to occur tomorrow morning. It was 69 degrees when I went swimming this morning. The rainstorm that has blown in throughout the day had also blown in colder temperatures, as in it is currently only 44.

Regarding the photo above of the view looking north from Miss Puerto Rico's balcony at the stormy, dark sky.

A few months ago I took a picture of the late afternoon, dark, shadowy view from this same location. That photo generated an odd comment from someone named Anonymous who was so perplexed by what was being depicted in the photo that s/he used Photoshop to lighten the image in the important quest to figure out what was being depicted, even though the text clearly explained it was the shadowy view looking north from Miss Puerto Rico's balcony.

Well, today's picture is even darker than the one that so perplexed Anonymous, I hope I have made it really clear what the picture is depicting, this time, so as to avoid any anonymous time wastage.


Anonymous said...

I think you need a better camera.

Durango said...

Mr. or Mrs. Anonymous, I think the photographic skills of the photographer may be the problem, if indeed there is a problem, not the quality of the camera.