Storm Clouds….photo by Roberta Stone

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Joanne Snyder
Joanne Snyder is a north state artist and retired high school math teacher.
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5 Responses

  1. Adrienne Jacoby Adrienne Jacoby says:

    I LOVE this time of year. . . . it’s so way more interesting than boring ol’ summer!!! Case en pointe being your photo!

  2. Steve DuBois Steve DuBois says:

    Beautiful photo!

  3. Hal Johnson Hal Johnson says:

    That’s an astounding shot. Thank you.

  4. Gorgeous! Thank you, Barbara Stone, via Joanne Snyder. Yay, team!

  5. Steven Towers Steven Towers says:

    On the rare occasions when we get clouds like this, it really makes me miss summers in the western Colorado mountains—especially in late July and August, when we got the remnants of monsoon systems moving up from the southwest. A brief, late-afternoon thundershower was almost a daily occurrence. Then it would blow up, and we’d have blue sky, white fluffy clouds, and the clean smell of ozone if we were close enough to the lightening.