Photo of the Week – A Storm over Washington, D.C.

No, I am not referring to the government shutdown or any of the infinite number of incidences of stupidity that emanate from the politicians who make a career in DC at our expense and to our detriment (soap BOX!!!)…  This is a literal storm caught from my hotel in Arlington, Virginia looking towards Reagan-National airport and the Potomac River right behind it.  If it were not raining, you would see in the distance the silhouettes of the famous buildings around The Mall.  But that is not to be in this moment.

I love the clear outline of the core of the storm as it seems to hang over the Potomac.  Quite a sight!

Washington, DC, Potomac River, Reagan airport, National airport, storm, rain, weather, photo, grey

Comments

  1. It’s amazing how different weather looks from far away! Rain doesn’t look like rain, it looks like streaky clouds touching the ground. Sometimes it looks small, but it doesn’t feel small when you’re caught in it!
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  2. Very nice. I love seeing those types of rain scenes in the mountains. Didn’t get anything that cool in New Mexico last week, though. Weather was too perfect.
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  3. You know me, working out on the water, love to see weather pics. You know that’s a downpour when you can see the rain that far away! Nice shot.
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