Wet and windy weather brings out the photographers

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

A moment before sunset
Photo copyright Marc Weinberg
Marc Weinberg says:
Richmond Beach like everywhere else felt the assault of Tuesday's winter storm. I found the contrasts of the day interesting from a photographic perspective. The morning and early afternoon were dark, grey and very windy with roaring micro bursts that made heavy evergreens sound like a freight train approaching the Saltwater Park even when I was blocks away from the bluff. Then shortly before 4pm there was a break of silence before the temperature dropped and the rain began again when the sky opened just long enough for me to take a breath and realize how beautiful it was.

Wayne Pridemore was out in the weather too, and captured these scenes.

Photo by Wayne Pridemore

Waves were crashing all along the shores.

This bus rider was happy for a roof over his head!
Photo by Wayne Pridemore

Photo by Wayne Pridemore

The water was too much for the storm drains, which overfilled in a number of spots, and provided a few surprises for drivers.

Photo by Wayne Pridemore

Ripples and eddies

Lee Lageschulte caught a photo of the five minutes of sun, just before it went down.

5 minutes of sun
Photo by Lee Lageschulte


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