Have you ever been driving along and are suddenly so awed by what you see rolling over you that you stop to take pictures?
I went eastward down a side street to capture the utter darkness of this immense cloud in Snohomish County tonight.
This inky denim-blackness looked like it was going to swallow the earth.
The clouds to the west were fluffier and friendlier, yet still moving like something was after them.
This was a truly ombre sky. It comes on the heels of a torrential rainstorm on Saturday night that snapped thick flower stalks and triggered small landslides.
It was not like this farther north. I must have been in the right place at the right time to see this massive conglomeration of cumulus clouds passing overhead like a vengeful mother ship.
The color has faded out of the sky. It is grey, becoming darker as the world turns herself round a little more. The clouds are long and black and ragged, like the wings of stormbattered dragons.Keri Hulme
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