Supercell and Lightning, Ginn Valley, South Dakota 2014
Landspout, Goodland, Kansas 2014
Strata Storm and Bales, Near Eden, South Dakota 2015
Funnel: Northern Plains, Regan, North Dakota 2014
Sister Storms and Lightning, Browns Valley, South Dakota 2015
Saucer over Road, Hot Springs, Wyoming 2014
White Tornado, Woonsocket, South Dakota 2014
Shiprock and Cloud, Navajo Nation, New Mexico 2013
Tornado Crossing Power Poles, Syracuse, Kansas 2016
You should absolutely do yourself a favor and check out the stunningly beautiful landscape photography of Mitch Dobrowner. If you’re a fan of Ansel Adams, Dobrowner’s photography will be right up your alley, as Dobrowner draws from the inspiration of Adams in his own work, which is very apparent. His work primarily focuses on the West and Midwest, showcasing the beauty of the landscape of that part of the country, as well as the threateningly gloomy and perilous nature of the weather that can quickly escalate to levels of destructive force.
As I recently traveled to the area of the country that Dobrowner primarily focuses on with much of his work, seeing his photography immediately brought me back to my travels. The landscapes of Wyoming, North and South Dakota, are truly breathtaking, flat, and dramatic, but it’s amazing how quickly changes in weather can occur; I love that Dobrowner’s work is a reminder of the beauty of this area, but accompanies it with the reality that many residents in that part of America know all too well.
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Posted by Dan Donnarumma