Clouds / Flowers / Planets / Roses / Sandias / Sunrise Wet June 26, 2022 Timothy Price51 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
51 thoughts on “Wet”
I love the stormy sky and raindrop jeweled flowers. Hot, sunny and 95 degrees up here this afternoon.
Thanks, Lavinia. It’s cloudy, 80 degrees with a cool breeze. We have swapped weather.
Those wet roses are gorgeous! I felt refreshed just looking at them.
I’m happy they gave you a refreshing feeling. Thanks, Liz. BTW Brian commented on meetings and said he had to do team-building meetings with spaghetti and marshmallows.
Spaghetti and marshmallows?! OK, he has me beat!
He said he had to do 16 hours of it.
If I’d had to endure 16 hours of that, I would have spontaneously combusted.
No kidding. I don think it was all at once, but still!
Wow. That first pic is apocalyptically beautiful.
Ominous clouds. Thanks, Jeff.
Indeed. Most welcome, Tim.
Breathtaking beauty! 🌹
Lovely. I want your rain!
I’ve been saying that to other people for so long. Thanks, Cindy.
Every now and then the arrival of a good portion of precipitation can be a real virtue…
We need a much bigger portion. All rain is welcome. Thanks, Rudi.
Oh how I love that rose drenched with rain. Glad you got rain… we hadn’t here as well in Pennsylvania. My area in Arizona could use some!
And much appreciated by flora and fauna.
They are loving it. Thanks, Couriers.
Even wet is gorgeous. Here is is just dreich.
Wet is much apreciated by everything here. Thanks, Shey.
I can believe it.
And frequently too.
You live in a wet world.
Oh, my!!!!! I love stormy skies!!!! …and those drops on the flowers!
Hapoy Monday, my friend.
Thanks, Marina. It rained most of the night and is supposed to continue raining through the day.
Nice!!!! Clouds are gathering here too!
Ominous is the perfect description of the sky, refreshing same for the flowers. The comments are also perfect.
Thanks, Maj & Sher.
gorgeous images Tim
INSANE detail on the droplets! Some of the pics are seriously surreal. You picked some awesome angles there, Tim; great work as always ^_^
I miss the rain!!!! ☔
It’s nice to get some. Thanks, Tiffany.
You are setting the weather trend for us – we got 2.5 inches of rain over the weekend and my grass decided to celebrate by growing the same!
Rain does make the grass grow. We don’t have a lawn. Lawns require too much water. This is the desert. When we are not in a drought, the average annual precipitation is 8 inches. A bluegrass lawn requires the equivalent of 40 inches of annual precipitation to keep it healthy. Needless to say, few lawns are healthy out here. Thanks, Brian.
Yay for wet and sooo wish you could send some our way Tim. The plants are thriving, gorgeous and happy!! 💖💖💖👏👏
I would like to send you rain. We’ll keep good vibing for rain in all the parched locations. Thanks, Cindy.
I don’t think I have ever seen better raindrops on roses.
Aw. Thanks, Susan. Another advange of rain.
So refreshing! Adore the water droplets!
How nature can be surprising beautifull ❤️
It is beautiful. Thanks, Meli.
Wow that stormy sky is amazing Tim! Super shots … raining here too