Dry Tank (thunderstorm clouds rain Spring agriculture windmills ). Photo by docshovel39
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Dry Tank

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Friday May 11, 2012

Ropesville, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The windmill is obviously shot , the tank dry , but thankfully the ground is finally wet thanks to a few good showers that have returned to West Texas .

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13. luvne32
6:12 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
Dave: I was interesting in reading #9 above. Not only some flooding, but did you know that Taunton & Bridgewater are fairly near each other in Massachusetts?
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12. Luckystar
10:50 PM GMT on May 20, 2012
Gorgeous and artistic shot, Tim! I am SO glad you have been blessed with rain down your way. We have had some great showers in our area as well. Quite the change from last year!

Congratulations on your fantastic AC for your other photo. Creative and artsy with those wonderful windmills and clouds. 10 on both!!
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11. gilg72
1:31 AM GMT on May 15, 2012
Great shot Doc.
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10. trailhiker44
6:22 PM GMT on May 14, 2012
That is a classic beauty !
Fantastic !!!
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9. WurzelDave
8:09 PM GMT on May 13, 2012
No problem, the top two came from Flickr (i am NOT on Flickr), the bottom one from another site. The flood water is still in the fields at Currymoor (the fields there are used to collect flood water from the river Tone, to protect the towns of Bridgwater & Taunton from flooding), i've heard that in places the flood water (after two weeks) is 6 up to foot deep in these fields!
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8. docshovel39
7:48 PM GMT on May 13, 2012
COOL !! Thanks for posting these pics Dave !
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7. WurzelDave
6:44 PM GMT on May 13, 2012
Great work. Not too long ago parts of the UK were in drought but that has now changed due to large amounts of rain a couple weeks ago (all the pics below were taken in Somerset, the county i live in).


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6. SVLover
11:22 PM GMT on May 12, 2012
Love this, Tim!
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5. Doesiedoats
3:59 PM GMT on May 12, 2012
Both are just great captures, Tim.
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4. docshovel39
1:53 PM GMT on May 12, 2012
Thanks Betty , Sharon and Eileen !
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3. BettyFrance
1:23 PM GMT on May 12, 2012
The rain is wonderful. The photos are awesome. When I see an old barn like that I get sentimental and think of the joy somebody had in building it and the joy of filling it with whatever, and then its gradual decay. Some things are so beautiful in their decay that it is sad.. But beautiful. Both photos are 10's.
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2. beanhead
2:29 AM GMT on May 12, 2012
Very cool!
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1. nanapoo
11:49 PM GMT on May 11, 2012
Great news for Texas!
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About docshovel39

docshovel39

Hello , my name is Tim . I live in the small farming community of Ropesville , Texas with my wife and photo partner Sherry . I got involved with photography because of my older brother Steve - a fantastic photographer who lives outside of Seattle , WA . My favorite work , apart from his , is a terrific book entitled " Ghosts in the Wilderness " by Tony and Eva Worobiec . It captures the remains of small , abandoned rural communities across the Midwest , much of it shot in black and white . I also have become a fan of photographer Jim McGuire . His black and white shots ( nashvilleportraits.com) are amazing . Thank you for your comments and have a GREAT day !

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