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“Outgoing Storm Bands”, 5 x 7”, oil on archival panel, © Mary Bentz Gilkerson

“Outgoing Storm Bands”, 5 x 7”, oil on archival panel, © Mary Bentz Gilkerson

Have you ever watched outgoing storm bands race across the sky after one passes through?

I spent time back in September, storm season here, at one of my favorite spots for catching the sky and marsh…

The huge stretch of marsh bounded by Ft. Pulaski, Bull River and Tybee Island.

The perfect place to watch the clouds run.

And run they did.

Those storm bands were all we got from Ida as she came past out to sea, but they made for quite a display, even a day later.

I remember my dad telling me as a child that it was nature’s way of making up for the storms…

Spectacular skies afterward.

And he was right.

“Outgoing Storm Bands” is available and part of the Lowcountry Light Collection. Check out the rest of the whole collection.

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