thunderstorm over Nebraska – 2004
16″ x 22″ archival pigment print on Hahnemühle 100% cotton 308 gsm paper
ed. of 10
-from High Plains Artifacts
During one of my many trips out through Nebraska to Yellowstone one year, I stopped to make this image of this thunderstorm over Nebraska.
I made a few exposures of approximately 15 minutes or so – and thoroughly enjoyed the light show while I waited for the film to expose. What look like meteors are actually star trails made by the long exposure on Fuji Velvia film.
The light streak on the bottom of the frame is from a car’s headlights moving along a dirt road