I think I may have mentioned that the strong Kansas winds moved us indoors last weekend when we were planning on an outdoor graduation celebration. But did I tell you about the shade “tent” and the two umbrellas?
Well when the wind came up the shade “tent” came down, and while #4, #7, Little Miss LW, and I were trying to keep it from flying off to Nebraska a bigger gust of wind came up. This second stronger wind gust lifted a large patio umbrella and my smaller market umbrella up into the air and tossed them towards the windshield of K’s car. I really thought we were going to have a broken windshield but somehow we managed to escape that. Boy did those things fly!
So for this week’s 52 project photo we have a shot taken yesterday, a much calmer day, from the underside of the umbrella.
U is for under and umbrella.
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Under; extending or directly below something; denoting the lowest part or surface of something; on the underside.
Umbrella; a device for protection from the weather consisting of a collapsible usually circular canopy mounted on a central rod; a small canopy used as a protection against the sun.