it was a dark and stormy night… 35 Replies 1538 …and it got even darker. And stormyer (if that’s a real word). Advertisement Related
Beautiful, Ken. That’s my favourite kind of pallette and the composition is very pleasing to my eye. I would put this on the wall.
Thanks, Ash. I was attracted to the storm clouds at first but I like that little bit of color, too.
That’s a great shot
A sense of menace and also of light after the storm – depending on which way you read the story. Dramatic, for sure.
Thanks, Andy. This is one of the nice things about living near a large body of water.
Love the minimal coloring here; composition is nice, too.
Thanks, Linda. I’m developing an entire portfolio of images like this. Maybe a new page coming.
Yes, it’s a valid word. Awesome image with power!
Thanks, Monte. When the wind comes blowing across that water it’s time to take shelter. But it sure is a powerful sight to see.
Usually something happens on a dark and stormy night! Who’s the protagonist? The bad guy? The love interest? Don’t leave us hanging!
Great shot, incidentally…
Thanks, John. This is just the trailer. You’ll have to wait for the rest.
I will join the crowd on that bit of color. It sets this apart. But, it’s that light breaking through above the color that makes this such a powerful and dramatic story. What a beautiful capture.
Thanks, Anita. My first thought was that the color gave it a science fiction look. Just a little bit.
Excellent clouds. I like the way the image is open to interpretation – are the clouds going to overpower the light?, or will the light win out?
Thanks, Mel. I love your imagination!
Love this image. The patch of pink makes the scene a little less threatening – and perhaps uplifting.
I can imagine the title being pronounced in a Scottish accent with the emphasis on the rolling ‘rrrrs’ 🙂
Thanks, Meanderer. I would love to try that but I’m terrible with accents.
Stormyer works.. Great photo!
Now this is powerful, Ken! And I like the word stormyer. 🙂
Thanks, Malin. I’ll be selling that word in the lobby after the show,
. . . I like ‘more stormy’.
Yes, but that’s not funny.
I want to knit something in this palette. Gorgeous colors.
Something for me?
It certainly looks serious out there! Did it start to rain?
Oh, yeah! We have had more than our share of rain this yesr. It stared raining moments after this was shot. Looks like rain today, too.
Excellent shot Ken
A menacing sky and a slice of muted color makes this a really lovely capture, Ken.
I really like this photo Ken. This kind of weather is perfect for a well prepared photographer. We dont get it enough around here.
Thanks, ehpem. You should be thankful that you don’t see this type of weather very often.
But, I like it! Especially if I have rain and salt-spray protection for my camera, and my rubberised rain gear.