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Another image from the 2014 Kelby photo walk
3 images merged in Photomatix
Long shot, because it was so far away and I didn't know if it would turn out.
One of my dear Flickr friends sent me a mail this evening & mentioned the strong winds & bad weather she has been experiencing.
Her dearly beloved dog Charlie Brown (CB) used to love to run around the fields in the wind, so it gave me the idea for this edit. CB is in the basket & Dorothy is protecting him. :)
With thanks to…
Starter image ~ Sanderovski & Linda
Model ~ Kime-stock
CB (Dog) ~ Rubyblossom
Pig ~ Smoobs
House ~ Clinton Steeds
Rooster ~ Jaybergesen
Hair ~ Falln-stock
This is a re-shoot of a photo I had already taken. The first photo was slightly out of focus and it was driving me nuts. So I went out to fix the problem.
I did a little light painting on the foreground and barn with a flashlight using the very soft edge of the light beams.
This barn is in rural Kansas northwest of Kansa City.
Kaw Point is where the Missouri River meets the Kansas River. This area is also where Lewis and Clark passed through.
DAY TWO of the Tempest Tours, Clouds 365 Project Storm Chasing Expedition. Left Ogallala, NE this morning with the target of Eastern CO and NW Kansas. This was the 3rd storm of the day, captured North of Goodland, Kansas. Loved the contrast with the fields and the wild look of the incoming shelf cloud. Amazing day! #clouds365 #stormchasing #kansas #supercell
A marginal September setup presented itself while I was on my way to Norman, Oklahoma for my 21st birthday. This day would end up being a top 5 career chase for me! What was almost looking like a cap bust, turned into a 60,000 foot very photogenic, tornado producing supercell. This was shot near Arkansas City, Kansas after observing a brief tornado.
A tornadic super cell in Smith County, North central Kansas,
The green sky is filtered daylight through a 12 mile high super cell, usually a sign of very large hail.
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One of the neat things about getting ready for an event like the Kansas Sampler Festival for me was going through my photo archives looking for work to print and finding photos that I had overlooked before. This sunset photo was one that I had made a few years ago in northern Riley County and had completely forgotten about. I'm glad I 'rediscovered' it.
Taken June 21st was going through all my photos on my card and noticed this one. Yellow lights are fire flies!
This low-topped LP supercell formed north of Englewood, Kansas, displaying stunning color and form while we followed it over the course of two hours. March 14, 2012.
Note: The high-res version is here:
Incredible LP, mothership, tornadic supercell near Gauda Springs, Kansas today! Watched this thing from a little cumulus cloud, to tower, to full blown, 60K foot supercell! Pretty sure I have an elephant trunk tornado on video, made it 3/4 of the way to the ground. Other spotters apparently confirm a touchdown.
Canadian Pacific's train 853 rockets into the Reeseville Marsh at Walton Road,with a lone Kansas City Southern SD70ACe doing the honors.
This is a shot of one of the tuba's in Kansas State's band at the K State v. Texas volleyball match.
Nikon D700 | ISO 4000 | 500mm lens | f / 4.0 | 1/400 second, processed with Topaz Adjust 5.
The amazing Kansas supercell, begins its third cycle as it starts to transition into an outflow dominate supercell. Still a gorgeous storm none the less!
Panorama shot of the incredible supercell we scored today!
Thunderstorm passing north of the small town of Bern Kansas. Was taken in early spring of 2013.
A gorgeous September supercell roams the open plains of Southern Kansas. Managed to snag a lightning bolt in this shot while I was hand holding my camera!
loads & empties on the old Marysville Sub at Hanover,Kansas-7 SEPT 14
South Park, Lawrence Kansas, November 2006. kodak hd 400 (or 200?) film, Nikon FM3a. I forget the lens.
Missouri Pacific Train No. 16 (Omaha-Kansas City-St. Louis) at Union Station, Kansas City, Missouri, December 12, 1968.