Thursday, August 21, 2008

Drought's End, After Fay

"Drought's End"
9 x 12 inches
Acrylic on hardboard

Tropical Storm Fay is still sending strong winds and rain to us. This is the third day the storm has been hanging around. This is just one of the many fields that have not had standing water in over two years! Now everywhere you go you see flooded fields! We sure did need the rain!
Had some limbs down and the power went out the first day. The winds were their strongest as the storm slowed down near Lake Okeechobee. The last half of the storm was worse than the front of it. Now our lake is up a foot, which is great. about two more feet to go and we will be back to the average depth. But I hope we don't have any more tropical storms or hurricanes.

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2 comments:

PAT MEYER -- said...

The sky just takes you away. You don't even need Calgon. PatMeyerblogspot.dailypainter.com

Fawn said...

Thank you!

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