Photographer Mitch Dobrowner travels the U.S. and sets up his camera in front of apocalyptic storms that rise above rural fields in Oklahoma, Kansas, and North Dakota. Inspired by photographers like Minor White and Ansel Adams, he captures breathtaking landscapes that remind us of nature’s raw power by juxtaposing the endless flat plains of the southern and midwest states with dramatic weather formations. Lightning strikes and tornadoes feature heavily in Dobrowner’s black and white images that at times look like moments right out of the first few minutes of the Wizard of Oz.
Vortex Over Field, 2015
Strata Storm and Bales, 2015
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These are really beautiful
And very powerful images
Definitely a statement
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I love storms…these photographs capture them in a fantastic light!
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It’s safer inside!!!
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Wow, Fear Allah as His magnificence is clearly seen in His creation! The time is drawing nearer and we shall be asked about how we cared for Planet Earth, do your part, fight climate change, plant a tree.