Got this last night storm chasing in the Texas Panhandle with @tempesttours. There is a lot going on in this photo.
First is obviously the storm cloud. We were very close to a super cell. Then, we had a rainbow show up briefly. The yellowish color in the clouds was due to light from sunset which was going on in the other direction. In the background beyond the clouds, you can see blue sky.
"Storm Watch" comes to life. I have always been one of those people who loves a good storm. There is something about the energy and power of a storm that is thrilling to watch. Storms are powerfully restorative and symbolically cleansing. You've heard the saying "the calm after the storm". This painting is my interpretation of storm watching at #Tofino on the West Coast of #VancouverIsland. Storm watching season at Tofino is one of the most popular times of the year and people come from all over the world to experience the magnificence and beauty of nature. This piece is available via my website without the #animation. #plotagraph#oilpainting ……………………… Link in Bio
Nature taking hold on the abandoned quarries at Llanberis. In the distance, Mount Snowdon and the Glyderau range under dark cloud. What an incredible shot of Snowdonia's dramatic landscapes by @rhysbeddoe! Thanks for tagging #scenicbritain so we could share!
Post storm from Brooklyn. Shout out to my neighbor @extraniceness for leaving his reggae record in flip flops to pull the roof door shut for me when I got it stuck climbing up a mildly functioning sketchy ladder to film the lightning (not pictured) ⚡️⚡️😂