Today’s Storm Walk

Photo: Mike Howe

Photo: Mike Howe


Photo: Mike Howe

Photo: Mike Howe

On the West Wales coast.  Squally, stormy, bright sunshine one moment, dark ominous clouds and hail the next, but always very, very windy…


About Mike Howe

I am an ecologist and a composer of guitar based instrumental melodies signed to the Real Music label in California. I like to write about my work, music and nature conservation and how it all comes together. I try not to write about things I don't know much about.
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15 Responses to Today’s Storm Walk

  1. elkement says:

    So storm can be beautiful – you have proved it! 🙂

  2. LuAnn says:

    Gorgeous nature photos and they seem to be yours, not ‘the other Mike’…wonderful! 🙂

  3. Gallivanta says:

    Love the way the grass is curled and flattened.

  4. That looks like some quite wild waves – especially on the first image.
    Love the photos Mike!

    Sending much love and “being grounded” in all the storm,

  5. Elina says:

    Lovely photos! 🙂

  6. What a dark sky! Weather over the ocean always makes good photo material, especially when taken from the relative safety of land.

    • Mike Howe says:

      It’s great by the ocean isn’t it because you can see the weather approaching from such a long way. That dark cloud was full of hail stones which hurt! 🙂

      • I added that part about the relative safety of land because at the last second I remembered the photo you posted about the restaurant by the beach, after the storm surge flooded it.
        But weather can be very interesting (when you don’t have to dodge hailstones).

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