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“The goal is to capture the structure of supercell thunderstorms, the feeling of standing in wind gusts breaching 50 MPH, the lightning, the rumble of hail. I’ve never seen anything like these storms before… . They are born everyday, they fight against their environment to stay alive, change their form as they age, they lose their strength, and eventually they die. The hope is that the images presented communicate how I feel while standing in front of these amazing forces of…

“The goal is to capture the structure of supercell thunderstorms, the feeling of standing in wind gusts breaching 50 MPH, the lightning, the rumble of hail. I’ve never seen anything like these storms before… . They are born everyday, they fight against their environment to stay alive, change their form as they age, they lose their strength, and eventually they die. The hope is that the images presented communicate how I feel while standing in front of these amazing forces of…

Maremma in May is covered in beautiful poppies!  http://www.arttrav.com/tuscany/poppies/#

Maremma in May is covered in beautiful poppies! http://www.arttrav.com/tuscany/poppies/#

fire in the Valley ~ Page~ Arizona ~ White Pocket  | White Pocket by Cecil Whitt

fire in the Valley ~ Page~ Arizona ~ White Pocket | White Pocket by Cecil Whitt

Trees of Deadvlei    by Hougaard Malan  I doubt there is a landscape in Southern African that has been photographed as much as the trees of Deadvlei, if something has been photographed that much then I have no desire to photograph it. Despite that, I found myself heading for deadvlei in January of 2011. Gate times at Sesriem aren't exactly accommodating towards photographers. They open 45-60 minutes before sunrise and then you have a 60 minute drive and a 20 minute walk to get to the dead…

Trees of Deadvlei by Hougaard Malan I doubt there is a landscape in Southern African that has been photographed as much as the trees of Deadvlei, if something has been photographed that much then I have no desire to photograph it. Despite that, I found myself heading for deadvlei in January of 2011. Gate times at Sesriem aren't exactly accommodating towards photographers. They open 45-60 minutes before sunrise and then you have a 60 minute drive and a 20 minute walk to get to the dead…