A Serendiptious One Word Photo Challenge

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Ok, I have probably shown some of these photos before.  But they are a perfect fit for Jennifer’s challenge at Jennifer Nichole Wells which this week is to showcase our rain photos, and for a Serendipitous story for Marilyn’s challenge over at SERENDIPITY.

So this was the start of the day in late February when I went to Taradale Primary School over at Napier to help my parents out with my father’s stall.  When I got up in the morning the sky was a clear blue colour with only a few fluffy white clouds.

This top photo was the sky scene that greeted me when I got over to Napier.

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It didn’t take long for the clouds to gather and the umbrellas to come out.

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I got bored.  It was cold, wet and miserable.  If we had known that the weather was going to be that cold we would not have gone.  But then again we were not to know that the weather forecast got it horribly wrong.

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I passed the time trying to get some good photos of the different umbrellas.  It was hard trying to get just the umbrella without the people under them.

With the bad weather my father had a poor day trying to sell his hand made toys.

It did clear up again.  But by then, it was too late.

SERENDIPITY PHOTO PROMPT 2015-9: BITE OF THE SPIDER

One Word Photo Challenge: Wet

https://nowathome.wordpress.com/2015/06/10/very-wet/

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Copyright Raewyn Forbes

18 thoughts on “A Serendiptious One Word Photo Challenge”

  1. Rain makes photography more challenging, especially when we don’t have a water-proof camera. Someday, I’m going to splurge and get one of those “tough” cameras that doesn’t mind rain or snow or even being dropped into the ocean. You got pictures. No small feat!!

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