They say, that you shouldn't be out on a plain field during a thunderstorm...

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...well i risked it - and i live :) Just as i stepped out of the door, the sun peeked through for a short moment - that's the only shot i got, before it disappeared again.

Only one shot (Singh Ray 3 Stop Hard Grad ND Filter used to create the contrast between sky and field).

Looks way better on Black

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  1. Leah Ballin 25 months ago | reply

    Fantastic colour and texture!

  2. STEHOUWER AND RECIO 24 months ago | reply

    Superb composition, so dramatic, wow!
    Seen in the gallerie of Ben's favs!

  3. sebastian_bravo 23 months ago | reply

    se que le han dicho esto 100000 veces pero que hermosa toma

  4. Robstorm Photography 22 months ago | reply

    Amazing beautiful image....

  5. baerli08ww 21 months ago | reply

    I have seen this photo at:

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  6. timballic 21 months ago | reply

    Sunlit gold and dark grey, a stunning contrast.

  7. yasinoplz 21 months ago | reply

    can i learn the lens?

  8. coly_k 20 months ago | reply

    reminds me of a Van Gogh painting

  9. MJAlvarado 19 months ago | reply

    I love the fact that the pattern in the field matches the one in the clouds!

  10. Rachel Dawson Photography 17 months ago | reply

    WOW!!! Incredible capture!!

  11. 6foot2 texan 16 months ago | reply

    Dramatic shot -- this could just as easily be somewhere on the Great Plains of North America.

  12. Wesley Nagelmaker 12 months ago | reply

    Stunning picture! Love the colors!!!

  13. Izakigur 11 months ago | reply

    Congratulations!
    Seen in 2.000+ Faves.
    Merci...)

  14. noémie1717 6 months ago | reply

    Stunning work with the light. A real pleasure to look at such a beautiful gallery.

  15. Sveta_leo 10 days ago | reply

    Fantastic play of light!

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