Posts Tagged weather

Project 365.331 – It Rained

I missed this day. This is a supply photo that I could have taken yesterday, but failed to do so. Oh well! Basically it rained all day, and this morning it’s been raining again. More rain! Well , I guess it’s needed really.

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Project 365.264 – Rain

It came back. In full force it came back. My gosh.

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Project 365.246 – Blue sky

It’s been fantastic weather this weekend, and even better that this particular weekend lies on the bank holiday. It’s unsettling, almost, us baits are too used to clouds.

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Project 365.220 – Grey Day

Taken on the way to a visit to my partner’s grandparents, from a moving car, hence the blurriness.

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Project 365.188 – Remnants

So a few weeks ago I posted a photo of some I’ll timed flowers in bloom. They’d been planted by my mother, not in anticipation of the recent snow, and now they are a shell of what they used to be.

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Project 365.168 – Leaves of Ice

We were back home pretty late tonight after a board game meet up, and as we were walking back into the house, we noticed our car had the most amazing pattern of frost on it.

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Project 365.159 – Powder

The last remnants of winter’s hold are slowly being pushed out of the season by spring. But still a flurry of snow, the last hurrah, falls forth from the sky and scatters powder onto the plants and pavements.

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Project 365.111 – Changing

At my partner’s home, on the wall is an old barometer. I don’t know all that much about it, other than its basic function. Tap the side and the needle moves towards what the weather is going to be in the near future.

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Project 365.68 – Frosted Fungi

On the walk to the bus stop this morning, I passed by a cluster of mushrooms growing on one of the grass verges by the side of the road. There used to be huge horse chestnut trees lining my road, but a few years ago they cut them down, and now all that’s left is fungus growing on the root filled soil.

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Project 365.49 – Shroud

The tallest landmark around is the Joseph Chamberlain Memorial Clock Tower at Birmingham University. I knew a picture of it would turn up on here at some point, but I love that it’s first iteration is covered in thick, low cloud.

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