August 29, 2014

Rain, no matter where you are headed



Does one ever get used to rain? Continuous rainfall the last few weeks has left me craving for sun. It looks today as if there is hope at the horizon. 
Since I took up photography, I am less annoyed with the long red lights in Brussels and enjoy the opportunity to get my camera phone out, even when the results are blurry rainshots.

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  1. Weeks of rain sounds really bad. We had one day this week when it rained all day and that was bad enough! Stay dry.

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    1. I will just have to leave Belgium for a few days ... go look for sun ... bring it back with me and distribute.

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  2. I have always enjoyed rain, even when it gets destructive as in a deluge but I understand the need for sunshine, too. Photography makes all of us see things a bit differently.

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    1. Hum... Could that be because you live in Minnesota although I am not very familiar with the weather conditions there..!?

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    2. Summer in Minnesota is time to get out and enjoy everything sunshine and warmth have to offer...before returning to six months or so of frozen weather. Therefore, extended periods of summer rain would not be welcome!

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  3. Me too . . . I find myself shooting rainy, blurry shots through the windshield. Just try not to shoot while I'm driving. (Yikes.)

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  4. leuke regenfoto's! vooral de eerste.
    hartelijke groet

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    1. blij dat je ze leuk vindt!
      groeten terug!

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  5. regenfoto's...

    maar ik vind dat we nu wel recht hebben op een nazomer

    prettig weekend

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    1. ik snak ernaar maar als vandaag een voorbode is van wat op komst is..
      ook voor jou een super weekend!

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  6. Wat een dag hebben we gehad! Nu hoop ik maar dat er toch nog verandering in komt!

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  7. Na regen komt zonneschijn Anni :-)
    Maar je moet bij ons wel goed mikken hé!!!
    Prettig (en droog) weekend,
    Frans

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