“Everything is bigger….”

…in Tallahassee. Well, not everything, but after coming up from Cedar Key, which is one of the driest places in Florida, and living just a couple of blocks off a six-lane highway, it sure seems that way. Tallahassee is known for its ferocious summer afternoon showers and although it, along with much of Florida is still pretty much in a drought state, this kind of cloud formation, while seemingly threatening, is also welcome.

About christian harkness

Photographer and printmaker; living and working in north Florida.
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2 Responses to “Everything is bigger….”

  1. Fantastic picture. It looks like a spooky Mt Rushmore is hurtling towards you. I love the truck exiting stage right. Nice, nice picture.

  2. Thanks Roger – the clouds around here can be spectacular!

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