After the Storm Passes

First, there is little from Hurricane Michael’s terrible destruction along the Florida Gulf Coast that can be described as “beauty.” But, to boost our spirit and thankfulness, there are often hints after the storm passes that makes us think about more normal times. Here in SW Virginia I was not expecting as much wind and rain as we got from the powerful hurricane. Lots of leaf and limb debris, fallen trees and loss of power. I took advantage when the wind and rain was light and made these photos.


(Photos made with Fujifilm X-T100 with 50mm f/2 lens.)






  1. Fall is slow in coming, getting rain this weekend but spotty colors. Glad you’re safe keep up the good photo images. Enjoy looking at them.

    1. Thanks Mike. Same here with slow arrival of colors. The passing remnants of Hurricane Michael this week blew lots of leaves away. Not sure what we will get. Probably muted colors.

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