It’s the time of summer when we get some dramatic afternoon thunder storms. The mornings will dawn clear, but humid with blue skies. Then as the day warms, the hot humid air rises and the humidity condences to become the great rolling storm clouds about the time the sun is falling in the west.
I pulled over to watch this cloud pattern develop; I wasn’t even thinking of photographing it until the light changed and tinted the country with a hint of rose. At that point it was a race to get the camera out of the bag in time to make a few exposures before it was gone. Never let anyone tell you that photographing the landscape is dull.
Pentax K5IIs with 35mm macro lens. Processed on my iPad Air with Nik Snapseed® and Stackables®