Weekly Weather: Hurricane

Weekly Weather

Welcome to the sixth week of the Weekly Weather challenge. I can’t believe it’s already been a month and a half. Can you? Thank you to each of you who are joining in weekly. I’ve very much enjoyed your contributions.

Every Saturday I’ll post a new blog with the weather-based topic for that week. Post your contribution (poem, photo, illustration, story, or any other artistic vision) to your blog and share your link in a comment or pingback to that week’s topic post here. Make sure to tag your post #weeklyweather so that others can find your post in their reader. Have fun!

**This challenge alternates with Color your World and will therefore run May through December, taking a break January through April.

Learn more and submit your own topic ideas here: https://jennifernicholewells.com/2016/06/30/weekly-weather/

weekly weather
Icon sources: http://icons8.com/, http://erikflowers.github.io/weather-icons/, https://www.fgdc.gov/HSWG/ref_pages/PrintableChanges.htm, http://www.flaticon.com/, http://pixabay.com

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We recently had a hurricane here. Hurricane Hermine. While it hit further South of us quite hard, we, thankfully only got a bit of rain. I was thankful for the extra day off work the inclement weather provided and used the time to start building a dollhouse. I’m quite grateful we didn’t even lose power, but as I said, some places were much worse off.

-Info/pictures on Hurrican Hermine flooding: http://www.tampabay.com/news/weather/gov-scott-meets-with-emergency-officials-in-flooded-pasco-county/2292239

-Info on Hurricane Hurmine power outages: http://www.tallahassee.com/story/news/2016/09/03/45000-plus-without-power-tallahassee/89844332/


Thank you to those of you who’ve contributed.

Let me know if I’ve missed your contribution in the list below and please help me spread the word!

  1. https://geriatrixfotogallerie.wordpress.com/2016/09/04/spring-hail/
  2. https://orangemarmeladepress.wordpress.com/2016/09/03/weekly-weather-hail/
  3. http://angloswiss-chronicles.com/2016/09/04/weekly-weather-hail/
  4. https://teleportingweena.wordpress.com/2016/09/03/weekly-weather-hail-socs/

Weekly Weather: Hail

Weekly Weather

Welcome to the fifth week of the Weekly Weather challenge.

Every Saturday I’ll post a new blog with the weather-based topic for that week. Post your contribution (poem, photo, illustration, story, or any other artistic vision) to your blog and share your link in a comment or pingback to that week’s topic post here. Make sure to tag your post #weeklyweather so that others can find your post in their reader. Have fun!

**This challenge alternates with Color your World and will therefore run May through December, taking a break January through April.

Learn more and submit your own topic ideas here: https://jennifernicholewells.com/2016/06/30/weekly-weather/

weekly weather
Icon sources: http://icons8.com/, http://erikflowers.github.io/weather-icons/, https://www.fgdc.gov/HSWG/ref_pages/PrintableChanges.htm, http://www.flaticon.com/, http://pixabay.com

HailHail and snow on the road. I’ve been planning on doing all new images for for Weekly Weather, but I’m just not good at coming up with hail images :P I made this one awhile ago for the One Word Photo Challenge.


Thank you to those of you who’ve contributed.

Let me know if I’ve missed your contribution in the list below and please help me spread the word!

  1. https://geriatrixfotogallerie.wordpress.com/2016/08/28/icicle/
  2. https://orangemarmeladepress.wordpress.com/2016/08/27/weekly-weather-freezing-rain/
  3. https://teleportingweena.wordpress.com/2016/08/28/weekly-weather-freezing-rain/
  4. https://ladyleemanila.wordpress.com/2016/08/28/weekly-weather-freezing-rain-ice/

Weekly Weather: Freezing Rain/ Ice

Weekly Weather

Welcome to the fourth week of the Weekly Weather challenge.

Every Saturday I’ll post a new blog with the weather-based topic for that week. Post your contribution (poem, photo, illustration, story, or any other artistic vision) to your blog and share your link in a comment or pingback to that week’s topic post here. Make sure to tag your post #weeklyweather so that others can find your post in their reader. Have fun!

**This challenge alternates with Color your World and will therefore run May through December, taking a break January through April.

Learn more and submit your own topic ideas here: https://jennifernicholewells.com/2016/06/30/weekly-weather/

weekly weather
Icon sources: http://icons8.com/, http://erikflowers.github.io/weather-icons/, https://www.fgdc.gov/HSWG/ref_pages/PrintableChanges.htm, http://www.flaticon.com/, http://pixabay.com

 

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In an attempt to emulate icicles I used poly cement model glue and dripped it down clear thread. I think the effect worked pretty well.


Thank you to those of you who’ve contributed.

Let me know if I’ve missed your contribution in the list below and please help me spread the word!

  1. http://pixtowords.com/2016/08/21/darkness-light-shadow/
  2. http://pixtowords.com/2016/08/21/light-through-the-lattice/
  3. https://geriatrixfotogallerie.wordpress.com/2016/08/21/no-visibility/
  4. https://orangemarmeladepress.wordpress.com/2016/08/20/weekly-weather-fog/
  5. https://jpeters6248.wordpress.com/2016/08/22/fog/
  6. https://sbdmb.wordpress.com/2016/08/20/golden-haze/
  7. https://ladyleemanila.wordpress.com/2016/08/20/weekly-weather-fog/

Weekly Weather: Fog

Weekly Weather

Welcome to the third week of the Weekly Weather challenge.

Every Saturday I’ll post a new blog with the weather-based topic for that week. Post your contribution (poem, photo, illustration, story, or any other artistic vision) to your blog and share your link in a comment or pingback to that week’s topic post here. Make sure to tag your post #weeklyweather so that others can find your post in their reader. Have fun!

**This challenge alternates with Color your World and will therefore run May through December, taking a break January through April.

Learn more and submit your own topic ideas here: https://jennifernicholewells.com/2016/06/30/weekly-weather/

weekly weather
Icon sources: http://icons8.com/, http://erikflowers.github.io/weather-icons/, https://www.fgdc.gov/HSWG/ref_pages/PrintableChanges.htm, http://www.flaticon.com/, http://pixabay.com

clown in fog

 

Thank you to those of you who’ve contributed. I’m really enjoying your posts. I’ve been around to almost all of you, but am still having issues with WordPress comments. Check your spam folders if you haven’t heard from me – that seems to be where my comments are going.

Let me know if I’ve missed your contribution in the list below and please help me spread the word!

Weekly Weather: Dust Storm

Weekly Weather

Welcome to the second week of the Weekly Weather challenge.

Every Saturday I’ll post a new blog with the weather-based topic for that week. Post your contribution (poem, photo, illustration, story, or any other artistic vision) to your blog and share your link in a comment or pingback to that week’s topic post here. Make sure to tag your post #weeklyweather so that others can find your post in their reader. Have fun!

**This challenge alternates with Color your World and will therefore run May through December, taking a break January through April.

Learn more and submit your own topic ideas here: https://jennifernicholewells.com/2016/06/30/weekly-weather/

weekly weather
Icon sources: http://icons8.com/, http://erikflowers.github.io/weather-icons/, https://www.fgdc.gov/HSWG/ref_pages/PrintableChanges.htm, http://www.flaticon.com/, http://pixabay.com

sand storm

Thank you to those who contributed for the first ever week! Check out everyone’s Cloud contributions. Let me know if I’ve missed your post. (My comments haven’t been showing up on other people’s blogs, so if you haven’t heard from me that’s why. I’ll be back around in the next couple of days.)

 

Weekly Weather: Clouds

Weekly Weather

Welcome to the very first week of the Weekly Weather challenge.

Every Saturday I’ll post a new blog with the weather-based topic for that week. Post your contribution (poem, photo, illustration, story, or any other artistic vision) to your blog and share your link in a comment or pingback to that week’s topic post here. Make sure to tag your post #weeklyweather so that others can find your post in their reader. Have fun!

**This challenge alternates with Color your World and will therefore run May through December, taking a break January through April.

Learn more and submit your own topic ideas here: https://jennifernicholewells.com/2016/06/30/weekly-weather/

weekly weather
Icon sources: http://icons8.com/, http://erikflowers.github.io/weather-icons/, https://www.fgdc.gov/HSWG/ref_pages/PrintableChanges.htm, http://www.flaticon.com/, http://pixabay.com

Upcoming topics: Dust Storm 8/13, Fog 8/20, Freezing Rain 8/27

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Weekly Weather

Weekly Weather

 

This challenge is all about…you guessed it…the weather. Each Sunday, a new topic begins. Share an image, poem, quote, drawing, etc. of an actual weather event, something that you do during certain weather, how that weather makes you feel – it’s all up to you.

  • Create a new post titled “Weekly Weather: [the week’s topic]”
  • Include an image, poem, story, quote, etc. in response to the week’s topic
  • Tag your post #ww or weekly weather
  • Include a link back to this post or the week’s specific post -or-
  • Share a link to your contribution in a comment on this post or the week’s specific post.

Click here to see all my One Word Photo Challenge blog posts.

Challenge Topics & Start Date
  • Humid – Dec. 17
  • Day – Dec. 24
  • Night – Dec. 31
  • Pick your Own – Jan. 7
  • Sunshower – Jan. 14
  • Drought – Jan. 21
  • Rainbow – Jan. 28
  • Clouds – Feb. 4
  • Fog – Feb. 11
  • Hail – Feb. 18
  • Hurricane – Feb. 25
  • Lightning – Mar. 4
  • Rain – Mar. 11
  • Sleet
  • Snow
  • Sun
  • Thunderstorm
  • Tornado
  • Wind
  • Flood
  • Winter
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Fall
  • Hot
  • Cold
  • Dry
  • Wet

& then we start all over again using the same topics in the same order.

Learn more about these types of weather here:

Hearts

For Judy Dykstra-Brown’s Finding Heart!: Have a Heart Challenge.

The hearts I’ve compiled so far. I used to notice hearts everywhere and would try to take a picture of each one. But, I believe those images are on a computer long gone. If I ever come across them, I’ll be sure to share.

Because it’s vaguely related – check out the first issue of my magazine fēlan love. If you enjoy poetry, visual art, love, zines, etc. it will be right up your alley. We are currently accepting submissions to issue 3 – joy.