On the Edge of the Storm
We had such great light during sunset over the lavender fields in Provence. From storms to rainbows then hot pink skies.
Haboob Near Phoenix, Arizona - EPOD
Photographer: Saija Lehtonen Summary Authors: Saija Lehtonen; Jim Foster The photo above shows a giant haboob ready to engulf Gilbert, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix. I was on my way to shoot what I hoped would be a colorful sunset,...
The Frontier west began in the state of Kansas, with cities such as Dodge City, and battles ovre the settlements, the range wars over cattle grazing, native
Bradshaw, NE tornado
Another view of this incredibly photogenic tornado towards the end of its lifecycle from June 20th. The inflow band into the tornado is directly above me at this point and created a natural leading line into the tornado. Be sure to check out HD video of the chase here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKhWIF-3Nb4 I wish I could post it here but flickr limits the video to only 90 seconds.
National Geographic Readers Choice Award for October 2011. "When I left Santa Fe," says Gravelle, 46, a part-time storm chaser vacationing in New Mexico, "I was sure there'd be a tornado near Springfield, Colorado." He was right. This twister "stayed in the open country, away from people or buildings, rotating at 120 mph but only moving at 5 mph." ©Ron Gravelle