broiling skies over rural america
As iconic a scene as you'll ever see in the Midwest are the broiling thunderheads anvilling out across the Great Plains. Often towering in excess of 50,000ft into the Stratosphere, updraft towers such as these are emblematic of a powerful storm system with their defined, crisp, cauliflower structure. We chased this storm complex across Eastern Colorado into Western Kansas before reluctantly having to bid it farewell to catch our flight home. We couldn't not stop however and grab this final shot of such an incredible scene.
- A2 – (Printed Area – 559mm x 356mm)
- A3 – (Printed Area – 377mm x 187mm)
Canon 80D + Tamron 16 - 300 Di II VC PZD @ 35mm | f/8 | 1/2500sec | ISO100 | Stitched Pano
- Fotospeed Platinum Baryta 300