My Photographs from the North West of England and sometimes further afield.
Let me know when that tide's coming in won't you
Sunday, 1 June 2014
The weather forecast for my weekend in Norfolk was for heavy showers and sunshine. With this in mind, my plan was to wait out any rain in a hide or the car. The first rain arrived a lot sooner than I thought. I was the only one sat in the hide when I noticed the sky turning yellow. Then I heard the neighbours upstairs moving some heavy furniture. It quickly dawned on me that this was a storm and that was thunder I heard. So I thought I'd enjoy this storm and opened all the windows in the hide and waited. It came in very fast and the rain was torrential. It last for around ten minutes, but it was spectacular and I have to admit I rather enjoyed myself in there all alone. I can even see the appeal of becoming a storm chaser. Well, sort of.
This poor coot carries on as though nothing is happening.
The Shoveler was less impressed by the bullet sized rain that was hitting him.
This Avocet took an unusual stance of raising it bill in the air.