The one that waits . . .

Igår ettermiddag rapportertes det fra Oslo at de uten forvarsel hadde blitt rammet av et umenneskelig uvær med massivt regnvær som skapte rent kaos i gatene rundt i byen!
Samtidig kunne vi – fra en annen retning – se at lignende skybanker var på vei mot vår del av landet og at vi antagelig ville få vår del av uværet?!
Yesterday Oslo reported to have gotten hit by a thunderstorm with lots of rain creating havoc in its streets and  – we could observe the cloudbanks on the far horizon. At the same time – from another direction – we could see that we’d probably be hit as well?
På det siste bildet (under) gjorde jeg et lite forsøk på å redusere lukkerhastigheten på kameraet slik at jeg skulle fange opp selve regnet, men antagelig har jeg vært borti noe annet også som dessverre gikk ut over pixel-tettheten i bildet. Jeg håper likevel at dere fikk et lite inntrykk av dette ‘flytende solskinnet’ ? : -)
In this last picture, I tried to manipulate the shutterspeed in order to catch the raindrops, but – unfortunately I must also have hit on some other buttons that reduced the size as well pixel density, but I hope you might still get a small impression of this sudden downpour of ‘liquid sunshine’? 😀

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9 Responses to The one that waits . . .

  1. -Eugenia says:

    Yikes! Those clouds look threatening. We have some grumpy stuff that comes around in the afternoon and leaves a big mess. Trees fall on houses and cars and the power goes out for hours. We have been lucky thus far by escaping mother nature’s wrath.

    • Seenorway says:

      That’s about what happened to the city of Oslo! We got off rather easy and it was all over inside 15 minutes. But it lookeds rather threathening, yes !

  2. Forestwood says:

    Gosh the clouds looked threatening! With high temperatures and humidity comes thunderstorms. I know that living in northern Australia better than most. Jeg er glad at der var ikke skader (?) fra uværet. Og litt solskinn tenker jeg er veldig velkommen. Idag har vi litt regn og litt solskinn! De skal trenger en hatt og sunscreen hvis du går ut idag.

  3. utesmile says:

    Dramatic! The weather is the best show, better than TV!

    • Seenorway says:

      Not because the weather so good, perhaps, but ’cause todays TV-shows are so bad!
      Mostly all re-runs seen before several times over all through summer!

  4. Glad we are not the only ones getting wet.
    . Though they do tell us a heatwave is on the way 😊

    • Seenorway says:

      I know! First they told us that it would most probably stay in CentralEurope and thet temperatures wereexpected to be normal i Norway, but yesterday that changed.
      Suddenly it was supposed to get warmer and with the forthcoming Saturday reaching 28 – 30 degrees. For a single day that is no problem, but if it last for a week or two, I expect it will have an impact on farming and potential crops?!

  5. Seenorway says:

    Lisa, you need to register! As ‘unknown’ you end
    up in my SPAM filter and will get deleted! You know how to!

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