Sunday, September 08, 2013

Air crash in Olympus Cove

Well, that’s what it looked like.  A big mass of wet air crash landing right in a residential area.

I watched it for a while, photographing it as I did.  It looked weird as it pushed into the cove, hit the mountains, filled up the whole area and spilled over the tops of the mountains.

There’s been nothing on the news, so since no news is good news I’m assuming nobody got hurt in the crash.

5 comments:

Lisa Shafer said...

Wow! Those are amazing shots! Well done, you!

Lisa Shafer said...

PS. Can I beg you to fix the book spine??? Please??
If I could get it by Tuesday, that'd be fine. I hope to send the (last, God willing) set of corrections in to Create Space then.

Lisa Shafer said...

And in other news, you really need to read this article about an Arkansas school's new dress code for teachers.

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Karen S. said...

I know a plane crash is never good, hopefully all is well, except I'm sure the plane is toast! Your capture in each photo is very amazing, great shots.

Max Sartin said...

Karen - actually there was no plane, it was just the cloud looking like it was crashing into the foothills.