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Water Photograph - Storm Brewing by Randy Hall

Storm Brewing is a photograph by Randy Hall which was uploaded on January 24th, 2013.

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nicely done, beautiful

Great light added to this image.

Wow!! Love the rock formation and colors here!! Fantastic scene and the driftwood log adds even more intrest!! v.f

Randy Hall replied:

Thank you Debbie. The beauty of this shot is that the next high tide came in and changed it completely (the log was gone). This was one of those "captured moments" that cannot be reproduced. :)

Very nice Randy. My son's wife works in nanoose, why don't I see stuff like this? LOL Keep sending. Larry

Randy Hall replied:

Thank you Lawrence, for the feature and for your comments. I've got a few more I'll be sending....

Stunning Shot, Randy. Here is your first Vote.

Randy Hall replied:

Thank you Al. Hopefully you're starting something....