Today I took hundreds of interesting cloud photographs. I have arranged today’s fascinating Nashville weather photography into several sets of photographs, to be published here as soon as possible. These storm-cloud images (shown in the photo gallery below) represent Set … Continue reading
These storm-cloud images (shown in the photo gallery below) represent Set #2 of the Nashville, TN cloud photography by Stephen Frasier taken in the late afternoon hours of Wednesday, March 14, 2012.
Set 1 | Set 2 | Set 3 | Set 4
Set #2: Western edge of looming thunderstorm – Nashville cloud photography (3/14/2012)
NOTE: Set #1 photos — entitled Incredible clouds at the edge of a thunderstorm — were uploaded to Flickr, but they took up the rest of the maximum space allowed for free Flickr accounts! No more Flickr…)
These are dramatic, beautiful images of the western edge of the thunderhead — comprised of thick, billowing, cumulonimbus clouds — which drove a small but severe thunderstorm cell through Brentwood, TN in the late afternoon hours.
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