Saturday, September 6, 2008

Tropical Storm Hanna Photographs

Here are my Photographs from Hanna today. Around 9am Hanna was about 90 miles to my Southeast. We were in a large area with no rain, but a strong line of cells was developing on the coast and moving north at over 40mph! I headed to the famous Willoughby Spit beach to take some images. No rain, some sunshine and an awesome cloud bank made for a great photography and video session. Check out all the images here. Video is coming next....


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4 comments:

Christine said...

Power - pure power.

Oh - and great image too! :D

Storm Chasing Mikey said...

Thanks Christine!

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Enigma said...

Dew,
Thank you for visiting my site. WOW, I am just enamored with this photograph. The power you captured in the sky as Hanna moved in is incredible. Mother Nature never ceases to amaze.....

Dewdrop said...

Enigma, I appreciate your kind words. This was actually photographed by my friend and team mate, Mikey when Hanna went through his area.