Posted on May 31, 2012
Posted by John Scalzi
Yeah, it’s pretty wild at the moment. Also, the panorama photo function on my cell function seems to be working.
What does it say about me that, when I saw the first photo, I thought “holy crap it’s the path of the beam”?
@Billy – I didn’t think that, but the moment I read it I knew what you meant, and agreed completely…
That looks like a good time, if you can stay indoors.
If this were a movie, right about now is when the alien ship appears.
*Cue Raiders of the Lost Ark music*
Weather like that always makes me want to go for a run.
The second photo definitely looks like a trail. Well, they’re finally here for our Scalzis.
Cold descending air; you nearly have mammatus clouds.
Wow. That’s pretty darned impressive.
::looks for entrance to storm cellar::
Much more interesting than plain old blue.
Real nice shot! Gotta love backlit clouds.
Ominous. But really cool! If the words ever dry up, Mr. Scalzi, I recommend you go into photography. But I hope they never dry up!!!
It would never have occurred to me to use a panorama shot vertically instead of horizontally. That’s pretty impressive, and those are some fantastic shots!
The skies are boiling, and law enforcement blames cannibal attacks on bath salts. The zombie apocalypse is upon us.
We /are/ living in the future if you cell phone can do that!
I love the midwestern sky… it’s the one thing I miss about Illinois.
Amazing! The one on the right makes it seem as though something bad will happen to the house…
beautiful picture. Nice sky picture. It looks like the the house is going to be taken over by the sky!
if I didn’t know any better, I would have thought it was Carly’s clouds with trees and a house at the bottom of her cup.
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