Everyone watched with disbelief and awe as Sandy drove Northward in an impossible curve. Landfall was anybody’s guess. Storm events like that are not fun for anybody, and the effects of Sandy we’ll feel for a long time.
Down in Virginia, the day began with moderate-to-heavy rain and 39F. Frigid and wet. By the time I got back to the apartment toward the end of the day, the temperature had risen to 46F, the rain had stopped, and the clouds following the remnants of Sandy were spectacular.
Here’s a sunset shot–and yes, this composition is true to the original image, even though it appears to contain clouds from a different sky. Click on it to view on black.