Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Kumori

Just love it, the darker the better :).

You have bajillion photos but don't know which to post today. Does it happen to you, too? I'm back with not so appealing photos from the street in front of my apaato. I was heading to an Indian restaurant, when got caught by rain. I liked it, unfortunately my camera didn't.
Hiro San: Ame no naka ni utatteiru (I'm singing in the rain...)
Yuri San: Ee, Jamie Cullum? (Jamie Cullum?)
* Kumori=cloudy, about to rain.

8 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

Yes, it happens, don't know why...
The weather is a bit like here now, road signs are the same and I won't bet on the cars being too much different. I feel at home in these photos...

joo said...

Indian restaurant is a very good direction! We are enjoying great weather here, sun and even more sun - haven't rained for four weeks, so your 'rainy' photos make nice change:)

Kaori said...

Wow, look at those clouds! Angry clouds are so interesting. Love the photo!

Babzy said...

i like these stormy grey sky , the light is often very special ! Yes , it's sometimes difficult to make a choice among lots of shots ;)

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

but sometimes the storms make interesting photos if you can get a photo just before the storm hits. this year, because of having my daily photo site, I am going to try to capture a monsoon storm in the summer when they arrive in Arizona. We shall see how it goes. They are hard to photograph. I am glad you enjoyed the ceiling in the Frank Lloyd Wright theater on my site. It is mesmerizing.

JM said...

Really threatning kumori here! Glad the rain didn't interfere with your good mood so you could sing 'Ame no naka ni utatteiru'! :-)))

Christopher Raun Leth said...

I know the feeling about not being able to choose a photo. Nevertheless these ones have a lot of mood in them thanks to the clouds. In Copenhagen we haven't seen clouds like this for two or three weeks, except for a single thundercloud a few days ago. It's been a very nice spring here so far :-)

Dusty Lens said...

sometimes I do not know what to post. But in the end, I throw something out there and hope for the best. Looks like a storm coming in, hide the camera!