Hooked

I have noticed a huge drop in comments/plusses with most of my photography here and I think I know why.  I think it is because I have been so non-interactive lately.  (Or at least I hope that is it… LOL!)

So, today, I am going to try my best to be more interactive, comment more, plus more.  I want to try a few weeks of this and see if anything changes.  I am going to do my dangest to get to everyone who comments on this photo, or any of my other photos, and check out their profile and latest post.  

Spammers… that just means I get to block you sooner.  ;)

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Every Sunset Has Its Thorns

I've thought about waxing poetic about the sunsets/sunrises here (truly, they aren't to be missed, especially when you add a storm into the mix… just wow!).  I've thought about saying nothing at all.  In fact, I would have put this up for a certain wordless theme…but I always get into trouble with the curator so…  I won't.  This time.  ;)

I think today, I will just go for a middle ground and say even though sunsets and endings can be bittersweet, there is always a new day and opportunity coming.  You just have to open yourself up to the possibilities and see what happens.  But damn, sometimes those endings with thorns can really dig in and hurt.

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Tempestas' Love

A HUGE Happy HAPPY Birthday goes out to +Kyle Wilson!!!  Hope you have a great day today!  (be sure to check out his "Left Behind" photos… some gorgeous shots in there!)

This was a storm from July.  We have gotten some in August but I have been too busy to chase them.  I am hoping the next few days will bring something I can chase down!

All of my lightning photos are named after god/goddess mythology, with few exceptions.  In ancient Roman religion, Tempestas is a goddess of storms or sudden weather. As with certain other nature and weather deities, the plural form Tempestates is common.

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