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Photographer Pamela Pauline - Ominous Beauty - NATURE - Sky - Bronze - ONE EYELAND PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2014

Photographer Pamela Pauline - Ominous Beauty - NATURE - Sky - Bronze - ONE EYELAND PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2014

Photographer Pamela Pauline - Ominous Beauty - NATURE - Sky - Bronze - ONE EYELAND PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2014

Photographer Pamela Pauline - Ominous Beauty - NATURE - Sky - Bronze - ONE EYELAND PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2014

<p>His new book, <em><a href="http://www.aperture.org/shop/storms-mitch-dobrowner-books" target="_blank">Storms</a></em>, with an introduction by poet <a href="http://gretel-ehrlich.com/" target="_blank">Gretel Ehrlich,</a> features 51 shots of these tempests in stunning black-and-white.</p>

11 Amazing Photos Of Really Terrible Weather

<p>His new book, <em><a href="http://www.aperture.org/shop/storms-mitch-dobrowner-books" target="_blank">Storms</a></em>, with an introduction by poet <a href="http://gretel-ehrlich.com/" target="_blank">Gretel Ehrlich,</a> features 51 shots of these tempests in stunning black-and-white.</p>

Chasing supercells is all in a day's work when this landscape photographer goes where the weather takes him.

Breathtaking Photos That Capture The Terrible Beauty Of Big Storms

Chasing supercells is all in a day's work when this landscape photographer goes where the weather takes him.

Wrong way !! by Rune Askeland on 500px

Wrong way !! by Rune Askeland on 500px

Les Ouragans en Noir et Blanc de Mitch Dobrowner (1)

Les Ouragans en Noir et Blanc de Mitch Dobrowner

Rain Across the Mississippi Sound, Dauphin Island, Alabama - Thomas Myers

Rain Across the Mississippi Sound, Dauphin Island, Alabama - Thomas Myers

Few people realize that storms and clouds are often categorized into a variety of taxonomies — including families, genera, and even species — not unlike like plants and animals. Last Thursday, American photographer Mitch Dobrowner was named the 2012 Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year, in recognition of a remarkable series of images entitled "Storms," which captures these various phenomena on film.

Incredible "supercell" storm clouds loom menacingly above the plains of Texas

Few people realize that storms and clouds are often categorized into a variety of taxonomies — including families, genera, and even species — not unlike like plants and animals. Last Thursday, American photographer Mitch Dobrowner was named the 2012 Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year, in recognition of a remarkable series of images entitled "Storms," which captures these various phenomena on film.

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