These photos are absolutely amazing. They are simply breathtaking. Photographer Mike Hollingshead believes that only through the photos, you can bring the power and beauty of the wonderful phenomenon called the Storm – video can not do. He began photographing the stormy sky in 1999. For a year he goes beyond a distance of 20,000 miles from Texas to North Dakota, Colorado and Indiana, that the unusual images. However, most photos taken in South Dakota, Oklahoma, Colorado and Iowa.
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is always used SLR Camera Canon Digital Rebel. and only the pictures in RAV.
Mike Hollingshead said: “The love for the storm does not deny the love of other weather phenomena. I love you as blizzards, fog, snow ….”
Storm over the sand hills of Nebraska. A very strong storm moving south towards the Nebraska Sand Hills 13th July 2009. As presented by the government VARNING Storm said that there could be tornadoes, severe wind speed above 60 miles per hour and the city.
Storm over McCook, Nebraska 19th June 2011.
Clouds southeast Nebraska 9th August, 2009.
Stars are visible through the storm clouds of Omaha, Nebraska, in summer 2010.
Storm over the sand hills of Nebraska. 13th July 2009.
Column of smoke rises over the flock of wild geese in the fire of Nature Reserve in Squaw Creek in northwestern Missouri.
Misti storm. South Dakota is 18 June 2008.
Noctilucent clouds, rare in middle latitudes over western Iowa 14th July 2009.
Lightning over the TV Tower in Omaha, 29 September 2008.
Tornado near Hill City, Kansas, 9 June 2005.
Long across the river to the east Nebraska, Missouri on a cold January day.
Tornado near Fort Dodge, Iowa, 11 June, 2004.
Arctic air combined with steam from the river led to the appearance of the column of light of Blair, Nebraska, because of the small crystals of ice, drifting in the air. into the air from a vapor source.
Lightning in western Iowa, 20 June 2010.
Storm clouds in northeastern South Dakota, 22 May 2010.
Storm over Nebraska, 17 June 2009 .
Fog over the hills to the west in Iowa, 9 September 2008.
Sunset over Nebraska 17th August 2005.
Clouds over Nebraska 21st August 2007.
Storm on the 10th Northern Nebraska May 2005 brought the lightning and the city.
Long white front of the vehicle in western Iowa. White Rainbow – Rainbow, a wide arc brilliant white, due to refraction and scattering of light in a very small water droplets.
Heavy storms in southwest Nebraska 10th June 2006.
Temperature inversions create the illusion of sunshine over the misty landscape of eastern Nebraska.
Funnel cloud in the 21st Iowa June, 2009.
Summer storm over the sand hills of Nebraska, 13 July 2009.
Tornado Baudl above the city, South Dakota 22nd May 2010.
Lightning ground after sunset in the east of Nebraska.
Numerous lightning in a storm in the northern part of South Dakota, 16 June 2010.
The storm is moving through the eastern part of Colorado 2nd June 2005.
Tornado, 12 July, 2004 in Bartlett, Nebraska.
The storm is moving northeast from Nebraska, 28 May 2004.
The storm is moving northeast from Nebraska, 28 May 2004
Storm over Kadoka, South Dakota 13th July 2009.
Storm over the sand hills of Nebraska, 13 July 2009
Stormy sunset and a flock of geese near the Squaw Creek Reserve in Missouri.
Lightning at sunset in western Iowa, north of Omaha, Nebraska 9th June 2008.