Thursday, 8 December 2016

Black Mountain Sky



Last Saturday my wife & I wet down to the caravan site to close up the caravan and put it in storage for the winter. We came home the usual way through the Black Mountains. The week before I noticed snow on the tops and a week later it was still there waiting for more to come. The photos were taken out of the passenger window as we drove past  towards Sugarloaf Mountain  and the dark sky above.



Heading up the A40 road through the mountain


Heading down and looking back towards the snow capped tops there are times when low cloud hides them all.


29 comments:

  1. Love the snowy mountain tops!

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  2. Brrr...that looks like it was a very chilly day.

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  3. Very dramatic shots of the mountain and weather

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  4. Delightful, moody scenes. Almost eerie.

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  5. Very atmospheric photos ~ can feel the Winter ~ great shots ~

    Wishing you a Happy Week ~ ^_^

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  6. Looks like winter is really here!

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    1. It waas there, pity I could not go up there as well

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  7. In Texas, it is cold. but will take it over this area. Looks too wintry for me.

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  8. It is so cool to see snow there. Love it!

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    1. I whish it could be more but I doubt we will get any where I live

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  9. I've yet to see any snow this year. Hope I only encounter it when I don't have to drive.

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    1. That is somthing I don't mind driving in snow

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  10. Hi Bill, Nice shots. You would be surprised how much the area just east of Seattle, in the Cascade Mountain foothills, looks like the scene in your photos. I enjoy your Daily Photos!

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  11. Looking back at the mountains ... nice capture.

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