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This is my second pass at this image. I was able to clean up the chromatic aberration that was distracting in the original image as well as the HDR version. I have also (I believe) brought out more of the "menace" in the clouds. I was also FAR less aggressive in correcting the angle than I was in the first version allowing the building to have the appearance of bowing or bending in the wind that comes from shooting at a slightly up-angle with a an ultra wide angle lens like the 11-18mm
Wrath Of God
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While I will never be the 3l33t Foto-Ninja with the Kung-Fu grip like you (and I mean that in all seriousness), I was happy to get some pix of the same storm system down near Pearland. It was evil! Enjoy.
Yours still takes the take, though.
Very impressive shot! I love storms. I’m just not right….
Julie: That comes from too many years working outdoors at a medieval faire. None of us are quite right, and many of us are downright “touched in day hayde”