Home Before Dark

It is well known amongst photographers that if you are going out shooting, first pray for bad weather.  That’s because angry skies add drama to an image.

home before dark edited

But they can be ominous too.

Where is this kid?  Does his mother have supper waiting on the table for him at home?

For the record, I peeked over the edge into the water looking for him.  If he was there, he wasn’t floating.

Which was fine with me because I had to rush home and process my images.

🙂 🙂 🙂

3 Replies to “Home Before Dark”

  1. Don’t know why, there’s no sun up in the sky, stormy weather…
    Ha, love this scene, and the cloud formations, divine. I live for the dark and stormy! As for the kid and the bike? He’s probably home watching TV, and won’t realize that his bike is not in it’s space in the garage until he heads out to play tomorrow. 🙂


    1. Are those song lyrics, I don’t recognize them…
      Yes, dark and stormy is good. My dog thinks so too, the muddier the better. 🙂


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