I knew what I wanted to make a photo of today, because I had made a mental note of it some days ago. I thought I'd go out this evening when the light was soft, to capture it. However, by early afternoon the clouds had gathered into an ominous-looking sky and it didn't look like there might be much opportunity later. So, based on lessons already learned in this 365 project, I decided to get out and shoot while the shooting was good, or at least possible.
Here's what the sky looked like as I hurriedly got set for a few shots:
(60mm f8 1/640 sec ISO400)
Within minutes after getting my shots, the wind started howling and trees were bent almost to the ground. After blowing all the dust into the next county, the wind then delivered a torrential downpour - sideways. However, I'd made my shots and here's my pick:
(60mm f8 1/60 sec ISO400)
Of course the sun shone this evening as the storm had cleared away. I didn't go and see if the storm had blown all the berries away, however.