Sunday, 13 September 2015
Thunder is a frightening force of energy, that's a build up of pressure, temperature and moisture, and according to science, it is just hot air. The vision of a storm is felt by those who are used to being with nature. Some are prone to feeling the changes in weather. In my experience, I've sensed when thunder is going to happen.
1. Intense heat/
2. A pressing against my ears, as if I'm under water.
3. The sky clouds over, and the clouds are yellowish.
4. The air smells like a fizzy drink.
5. A low soft rumble that's barely noticeable until it starts to rain.
The full force of thunder begins. Notice how the approach of a storm never acts angrily at the start. It begins with a low gentle whispering sound like distant horses running on the hills. Thunder in it's whole experience of that time is like experiencing nature's own orchestra.
As a kid I was fascinated by thunder.
Despite it's beauty, thunder and lightning is dangerous and hazardous.