I'm usually in awe of a specially multicolored sky at sunset, but seeing Mitch Dobrowner's black-and-white photographs of Mother Nature's storms is equally awe-inspiring! Earlier this year, Alice introduced us to some of Dobrowner's spectacular shots and now the photographer has released even more captivating images of active landscapes. The natural beauty of what could be deemed a disaster is remarkable. Looking through the series, I know that these are not man-made, alternatively produced images but I still find them unbelievable. Dobrowner's brand of digital photography allows the viewer to appreciate how lively our eco-system is and the wondrous shapes and forms our skies take, often going unnoticed.
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