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I captured this in Corpus Christi, Texas as Hurricane Alex moved in just below us in 2010. Early on, the light was incredible. The ocean was lit up and turned a beautiful clear green. The skies held the light in and it reflected in tiny sparkles all over the water. Later, the skies grew darker and the ocean moved in threatening to swallow us up. I held my breath as the waters moved up hoping until the last minute that the storm would not change direction. Then I felt bad for wishing the storm on others. We got a lot of rain and flooding on our island but the view before and after was worth every bit of wind and rain.
This image breaks a major composition rule. "Rule of Thirds" but I don't want to loose one tiny bit of light on it.
Thanks so very much for spotlighting my image Jean Pierre
Also by Regenia Brabham
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