This week’s challenge is a bit more difficult for me. Most of the things I would consider to be “wrong” cannot necessarily be shown in photographs.
However, I was driving into town and I saw the clouds ahead. We have been having some particularly volatile weather lately, and while I enjoy a good thunderstorm, it is never as much fun when you are trying to get somewhere.
This, then, is an example of ‘wrong timing’ – and a trip that made me question whether it was right to undertake it in the first place!
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