18 Feb 2014

MY WORLD RATHER WET

My world in our world is rather wet. No way to go for photo hunting to any place. It rains and it is also quite windy. I am waiting for flippers to grow instead of my feet, with all this water.

Not to get wet, I took these pictures out of my car.




In front of our house








and the center of Waterloo, when I drove through after shopping.

14 comments:

Jo said...

Oo-ee! I suppose that wetness is cold as well. I can just FEEL it. We have overcast days here now, mid-summer. Yet our weather is always mild here in Tz. Have a swimmingly great day! Jo

Sandra Carlier said...

I recognize Wellington church under the rain! I remember the nice visit we had there! i hope the rain will stop in order you can go out and report!

Linens and Royals said...

Yes that does look wet and miserable. My rain has stopped already.

ladyfi said...

I hope it stops raining soon!

Rajesh said...

Great shots of rainy day.

eileeninmd said...

I hope the rain has stopped and the sun is shining. Have a happy week!

diane b said...

Silly world. You have too much and we don't have enough.

Lady Lilith said...

That is pretty wet. I hate rainy days.

carol l mckenna said...

Love all of your 'rain drop' photos for OWT ~ creative expression of 'what is' ~ thanks ^_^

Here is MA is cold and snowy too frequently ~ tis Winter ^_^

artmusedog and carol
www.acreativeharbor.com

Mara said...

The top one is my favourite.

We are finally enjoying a few days without rain. And since the sun sets later each day, we can enjoy it longer as well!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Looks like winter in Oregon (where we used to live all year round). My fins are starting to disappear after 10 winters away ;>)

Loree said...

Belgium = rain, rain, rain.
Malta = sun, sun, sun. Its boring too when you don't even see a cloud!

Fun60 said...

I am so glad I timed my holiday to be so far away from the wet and cold. But now I have to adjust from the 30C temp and blue skies back to the grey, wet and cold.

Andrea said...

Your storm clouds make everything look eerie ... and the damp cold makes me cold to the bone. Good that you are staying in ... Bad, that you can't go out when you want to. Great pictures of water in Waterloo. I hope to get there in my lifetime to enjoy the history.

Andrea @ From The Sol