Today’s forecast called for rain. At least a 70% chance of it, which pretty much means that we should prepare to get wet.
But there were still a last few shafts of sun struggling through as the front moved in this morning.
The Lupinus had a few chances to show off her orange glow as the wall of clouds crawled up behind her.
And the Alimar’s big white house really stood out against the gathering gloom. That last blast of sun was quite intense. I had to underexpose the frame by two full stops to keep the white of the superstructure from being blown out.
These were shot just before 0900 this morning. It’s been raining rather steadily since about a half-hour after that.