Stormy skies

Summer storms, dramatic skies. Photos by Mike Peisley and Rob Ashdown.

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Storm heading east over Boonah, from Toowoomba escarpment. Photo R. Ashdown.

Moreton Bay storms brew, from Shorncliffe. Photo M. Peisley.

A storm sweeps north-east near Injune, central Queensland. Photo R. Ashdown.

Moreton Bay, from Shorncliffe. Photo M. Peisley.

Storm over Moreton Bay, from Shorncliffe. Photo M. Peisley.

Stormy sunset skies, Toowoomba. Photo R. Ashdown.

Queens Park, Toowoomba. Photo R. Ashdown.

Lightning strikes the ocean, Moreton Bay. Photo M. Peisley.

Storm north of Injune. Photo R. Ashdown.

Storm heading east over Boonah, from Toowoomba escarpment. Photo R. Ashdown.

Jacarandas and stormwater., Toowoomba. Photo R. Ashdown.

Storm over Moreton Bay, from Shorncliffe. Photo M. Peisley.

After the storm, Toowoomba. Photo R. Ashdown.

The edge of the storm, north of Injune. Photo R. Ashdown

Wet powerlines reflect the setting sun, Toowoomba. Photo R. Ashdown.

Full moon and the sun’s last rays, looking east from Toowoomba, January 2016. Photo R. Ashdown.

9 thoughts on “Stormy skies

  1. Dave

    I was walking the dogs the day of your last photo, and Toowoomba was surrounded by three different storms, all with different cloud formations and all reflecting the setting sun in different ways. I didn’t know which way to look because they were all spectacular. Keep up the good work!

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  2. Jane

    Wow! Stunning images, Rob (and Mike). Our Queensland summers certainly provide entertainment for the eyes. What a beautiful gallery! Great shots, guys.

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