14 October, 2018

storm callum

came through on Friday.  We had wind gusts of more than 110km/h (68 mph) and thousands of people lost power but we were lucky and didn't have any problems.  It was a lot calmer today just a some rain.







33 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    You see it on the waves, strong current.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  2. Great capture . Keep commenting on my blog because I love your comments.

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  3. The remains of Callum are with us today; the wind has dropped but sudden downpours have been occurring throughout the morning. The sea there looks very choppy.

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  4. We have a complete different weather now, sunshine all over the country with temps of 24 C. Bad to loose power by the storm.

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  5. I've been on a pontoon boat many times when the water was very choppy. It's always an experience.

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  6. ...I'm glad that all ended well.

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  7. Whacky weather everywhere. Stay safe.

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  8. I hope and pray you and your family are safe Bill.

    God bless.

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  9. That must have been very scary...

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  10. The water still looks a bit choppy Bill.. sounds like we've been having similar weather ☺ Love the harbour shot!

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  11. Storms are certainly creating havoc in our country, especially Florida. Count your blessings!

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  12. I love the fact that my oldest grandson has a huge storm named after him! And he really is a stormy character!!!!

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  13. It looks rough for sure. Love the first photo! Life lines!

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  14. Hello, the water does look choppy from the storm. Sorry about the power loss. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and have a great new week ahead.

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  15. Hello Bill.
    The storms are very scary! Great captures!
    The water looks very choppy indeed!
    Stay safe!
    Dimi...

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  16. We had very nasty winds on Friday as well.

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  17. strong winds
    autumn storms at the entrance

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  18. Strong winds are no fun. Glad you all are ok. We are having nice warm sunny days although this morning it was 29 degrees F.
    MB

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  19. Good to hear the worst is over.

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  20. Pleased to read all was / is well with you Bill.
    We had stronger winds and a lot of rain, but all is ok.

    I love your photograph, those boats are so colourful.

    All the best Jan

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  21. You might havd had a storm, all we had was some wind and a bit of rain today

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  22. I'm glad you were spared any electricity problems! I hate storms the older I get!

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  23. It would be nice to think we could figure out a way to protect our power lines.

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  24. Seems like everywhere is getting rain, wind and storms and glad you made it through yours safely without power loss, Bill.

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  25. Beautiful captures. Hope the stormy weather did not adverse anyone adversely.

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  26. Oh yes the waves do look like they're churning quite a bit.

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  27. Everything looks so moody here. I'm glad you fared well through the storm. Strong winds can be nasty and unsettling.

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  28. I am pleased power loss was the worst that happened - as we all know, stormy seas can wreak horrible destruction.

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  29. Look at those rollers . . .
    Be careful, safe!

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