Christmas Storm

As I said yesterday, we are using the planes, trains, and automobiles tactic to get to Edinburgh for the Hogmanay Festival tomorrow: 2 hr drive Naples-Rome, 3 hr flight Rome-Manchester, 4 hr train Manchester-Edinburgh… I will bring my iPad but probably won’t be posting.  I should have a bunch of new, fun images when I return to share with all of you!

After standing watch all night on Christmas Eve, I was rewarded with this lovely sunrise storm on Christmas Morning.  This was taken on my back porch/balcony around 8 AM this past Sunday.  Talk about awesome sleeping weather, after cooking all the Swedish Pancakes, I crashed for about 6 hours (after having been up for 24 hours straight!).  Enjoy!!

Thanks for the visit and Happy New Years!!

  1. lisa says:

    This is pure magic, and how fortunate you were to be able to capture it!
    I wish you a very Happy New Year Adam!

  2. Victoria says:

    Wow, very nice picture.
    Wish you a very Happy New Year! :)

  3. Rick Louie says:

    There is some amazing detail when you look at the image blown up! Looks fantastic. I wish it were that warm here right now. Have a great trip. I look forward to the images when you return.

  4. Jimi Jones says:

    Awesome shot there, Adam. What a treat to have this for Christmas morning.
    Safe travels, man. Can’t wait to see some of those great shots!

    Happy New Year!

  5. Dave DiCello says:

    Adam this looks like a painting! Stunning colors!

  6. Edith Levy says:

    I’m actually jealous of the view from your back porch. Gorgeous image. Have a great time in Edinburgh and wishing you a very Happy new Year.

  7. Curt Fleenor says:

    Gorgeous view Adam! I’m looking forward to seeing those festival photos. Have a safe trip and a Happy New Year!

  8. Jim Nix says:

    that’s an awesome way to start the day, or in your case end it! wonderful shot, enjoy Scotland (I will be back there again soon myself, love that country!) – and Happy New Year!!

  9. Eden says:

    A lot of nice texture and drama in this Adam. Happy New Year!

  10. theo says:

    excellent captured this dramatic moment, impressive light and colours

    have a happy New Year Adam

    kind regards

  11. Marcie says:

    What an amazing image!! The skyscape..the water – perfection!! Wishing you a happy and creative new year!!!

  12. Stefanie says:

    WOW. Que cielo!!!! Bellissimo.

    I hope you have luck with the Hogmanay Festival, some years ago, I was there and it was cancelled because of a storm.

    Buon anno nuovo.

  13. rem_la says:

    superbe le trazitement des couleurs !
    meilleurs pour 2012

  14. murphyz says:

    Hope you have a great New Year in Edinburgh, all the best for 2012.

  15. Adam, A very moody sky and well captured. I made the Swedish pancakes according to your step by step and they were delish! Happy New Year to you!

  16. Marc Collins says:

    Gorgeous sunrise Adam. Hope you enjoy the ‘unique’ New Years festivities in Scotland!

  17. First of all, Happy New Year and have a great trip!

    I wish we have more dramatic cloud here in Arizona. We pretty much have 360 cloudless day here. Love the details of the pictures!

    BTW, you snow flakes make the pictures even better! :)

  18. Chantal says:

    I wish you a happy new year, with lots of photo moments in 2012!

  19. joshi daniel says:

    very dramatic!
    happy new year :)

  20. LensScaper says:

    Sorry, I seem to have missed your posts last few days. Hope you won’t get too wet in Edinburgh – it rains properly up there! This is a pretty good view to have from the back porch – a new image every day without leaving the house! Happy New Year.

  21. Tim Stanley says:

    While most of us slept in, you were “on the job”. Great shot.

  22. Superb depth in this image, especially the clouds.

  23. James Howe says:

    I love the sky, the clouds are terrific.

  24. Sheila says:

    The clouds is really terrific..I really appreciate this post..

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