6-10-13 No Accounting For Taste

“I cannot cure myself of that most woeful of youth’s follies — thinking that those who care about us will care for the things that mean much to us.”

D.H. Lawrence

I have a photograph that I took on April 28, 2011 that I love.  If you recall that year from April 25- 28, the US from Texas to the New York and then up to Southern Canada had 358 reported tornadoes  in that period.  Apparently the worst 4 days for tornadoes in weather history.

Anyway, I was out walking the river on the 28th when a powerful storm blew up. The sky and water turned a very peculiar color which is, I think, one reason people don’t like the picture. Here it is, just as it came out of the camera. No processing at all. Thoughts?




14 responses to “6-10-13 No Accounting For Taste

  1. Great capture of a familiar place. The darkness – dark in more ways than one – of the river, reflecting the ominous; while the buildings in NJ catch the last vestiges of light from over the city to the east. The storm must have been awesome!

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