The topic of this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge is Foreshadow.
To me foreshadowing sounds ominous. I think of the cloak of darkness rather than the shedding of light.
For this challenge I’ve elected to post this image taken from our verandah at the amazing Q Station in Sydney Harbour National Park at Manly, where we stayed for most of our two-week visit to the Sydney area last November.
Dusk was approaching and with it this companion creeping storm.
Talk about the foreshadowing of something ominous.
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Fantastic photo! We don’t get weather that dramatic over here in England
Thanks, Steve. … But you don’t really want weather that dramatic either. 😉
Thank you …
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Thanks, Holly! 🙂
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Awesome sky Dorothy. I really like the way the hotel(?) in the distance is so brightly lit under the dark and ominous clouds.
Thanks, Jeff. I captured it on purpose because of the juxtaposition of light and dark. I’m pleased how it turned out and am glad you like it. … Be well, Dorothy 🙂
dramatic ! shining building under the dark clouds…
Thanks for the visit and comment. … Yes, I rather liked the juxtaposition of it. Glad you do too. … Be well, Dorothy 🙂
You got yourself a new follower!
If you dont mind, visit my photoblogg:
I am from sweden and i have only been into photography for a year or so…
I’d love to hear what you think.
Thank you, Bjorn. I will visit your blog soon. Appreciate you stopping by. Remember to click on the “Follow” icon if you wish to receive notification of new posts at “Eyes to Heart.” … Be well, Dorothy 🙂