I love high drama photography as it evokes a stronger response in me. It doesn’t matter whether it’s black and white or color.
I didn’t set out to capture storm photography originally and I wouldn’t say these are traditional thunderstorm imagery at all. Typically my favorite time is right after the storm passes: the air is clean and the world just feels renewed.
A lone oil rig stands sentry at sunset.
As the storm cleared the island the sun showered the beach with light.
Whether by wave or by rain, no one came out dry that day.
As thunderstorms rock the island, we got the most unusual lightshow.
Valley of Fire, as a storm rolls in and brings life back to the desert.