Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Hurricane Season is Only 1/2 Over!

 Hurricane Irene (1)
Hurricane Irene (2)
 Hurricane Katia (1)
Hurricane Katia (2)
 Hurricane Maria (1)
Hurricane Maria (2)
 Hurricane Ophelia (1)
Hurricane Ophelia (2)

Yes, the hurricane season has been blowing through leaving us 
with absolutely beautiful wave action and scenery,
 again and again

I love this wild life
Mother Nature 
offers us
every year.

However, tonight we are going to
experience the beginning of a nor'easter, a weather bomb.
The rain will explode on us very soon.

We are hunkering down with fingers crossed
that we don't have any basement leaks.
We haven't had one since 1996 when
Hurricane Hortense blew through.

Here goes.....!





19 comments:

  1. Hey, Sophie (and Ron), the Atlantic Hurricane Season runs until November 30 doesn't it....?

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  2. Fantastic shots -I think that last one was my favourite ! fingers crossed your basement stays dry this time xx

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  3. Those hurry canes are nutty But they sure make some good waves
    Benny & Lily

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  4. Keeping dry thoughts for you! I hope all you have to show for the nor'easter are more beautiful photos!

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  5. Those hurricanes can be deadly...but beautiful at the same time.

    Hope the weather bomb isn't too bad. Sophie, just curl up between your dads.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

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  6. Thanks Ken...it was wishful thinking on my part!

    Mitch...warm and dry tonight for sure...will drop down to the beach tomorrow to witness the fury of the waves!

    B & L...nutty alright...gots to be careful 'cos they can drag you out...and I mean way out!

    Janet....just checked and so far so good!

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  7. One of the 'perks' of living in Nova Scotia!

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  8. Hurricanes do produce some beautiful weather afterwards. Hope it doesnt rain too bad on you. Stay safe!

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  9. Those pics are beautiful! I hope you will get through the next hurricane with no problems!!

    Tail Wuggles, Rubie

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  10. You have outdone yourself with those photos. I could gaze at each one for hours, and never tire of the awe-inspiring beauty.

    I hope that the next storm isn't too bad for you.

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  11. hope you stay leak free...amazing shots of the waves...

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  12. They're going to run out of names before the season is over.

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  13. The photos are beautiful of the waves, but i am worried about you,,, a really big storm coming?
    ohhhh no! please be okay
    love
    tweedles

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  14. Your beautiful photos make hurricanes look quite tame and enjoyable, Ron.

    Sophie obviously enjoys the wind through her fur.

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  15. We were on Nantucket one year when a hurricane was happening down south and the waves were ripping hooman's bathing suits right off! It was quite the show on the beach that day!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

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  16. SENSATIONAL PICS, Ron....I am deeply impressed:

    What incredible images; the winds & sounds & splashing & clouds & birds & sands & rocks & men & doggy.........just OUTAGEOUSLY shown!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    (hmm, my english gets worse....excuse me....)

    I am really so glad i can go out in my loved shorts & top & water the garden together my four legged hurricans cinghyjasmine & laccaille....

    have a gorgeous week, Ron & Sophie

    ciao ciao elvira &laccaille & cj

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  17. Beautiful shots of the wave action! I hope all stay safe in the bad weather!

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  18. Fabulous shots! We are praying you keep safe and dry!
    Break out the firewood and the cocoa : )

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