We've been riding a weather roller-coaster of late so I've been taking plenty of wide shot photos of the Los Angeles harbor area visible from our back garden to capture the shifts. For today's Wednesday Vignette, I'm sharing shots taken over five different days during the latter part of January.
|My husband and I trade off on grocery shopping. I was up well before sunrise on January 11th to get to the market before customer traffic got heavy. I captured this scene just before sunrise as I headed out the door.|
|This photo was taken late last Friday afternoon as rain clouds began to move in|
|This was the scene at sunset Saturday after a day of rain|
|That same evening, as night fell, clouds were still moving in as shown in this photo pointed in the direction of the mountains to the northeast (barely visible due to the cloud cover). We received more rain overnight.|
|Monday, January 25th, we had ferocious wind almost continuously during the day. At sunset, clouds moved in again, creating this odd ribbon of colors.|
|On Tuesday, I was once again up early to do the grocery shopping. I caught this photo just before sunrise.|
|And, this time, I tarried long enough to actually capture the sun's emergence on the horizon|
We're expecting more rain tomorrow night into Friday. Warnings about possible mudslides are already being sounded. Hopefully, we'll have none of that here, just lovely rain to fill my remaining collection tank.
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