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2015-01-17 11:33:21 PM  
Welcome to Farktography!

This Week's Theme: "Weather III: Stormy Weather"

Description
:It's time for pretty pictures of ugly weather. No sunshine here -- show us ominous clouds rolling in, heavy rainstorms, lightning, heavy snows, tornadoes, hurricanes, hailstorms, and sheets of ice. The weather event should be the main focus of the picture.

We ask that before submitting your photos you read and adhere to the following submission rules, including but not limited to the following:
- Submissions must be photographs; screen captures do not count as photographs.
- You must be the original photographer of your entry. Do not submit anyone else's photography as your own.
- You are only allowed to enter a photograph once. Do not submit the same photo to another contest later.
- You may enter 3 photos in each contest as long as each photo is of a different composition.
- Please post each photo separately so they can be voted for individually.


***For this theme only, the following rules do not count!***
Please note:
The overarching ideal behind Farktography is that image corrections are acceptable, while adding or removing elements in the image (e.g. removing telephone poles, adding Elvis) is not acceptable. Levels, curves, contrast, saturation, crop, and black-and-white conversion tools may be used judiciously, but not to cartoonish or unrealistic extremes. Avoid applying artistic filters for the purpose of mimicking film, tilt-shift, toy camera, etc type effects. HDR and panorama stitching either in-camera or in post processing are not allowed unless specified for a particular theme (true multiple exposures done in-camera are acceptable, however). See the rules for more information on acceptable modifications, or check in at the Farktography Forums.

Legal: All photographers submitting photos to this contest are the legal copyright holders for the photos submitted and the photos are not to be considered free for any other use without written consent from the submitting photographers.
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2015-01-18 1:46:38 AM  
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2015-01-18 2:32:36 PM  
This is a digitized slide I originally took in 1971 of a storm approaching Lawton, OK from the top of Mt Scott. The lights are Lawton and Fort Sill.

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2015-01-18 2:40:34 PM  
Another 1971 picture of lightning from the top of Mt Scott. This was a different night and looking in a different direction at a pretty intense storm.
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PS for those interested, the slides were digitized on a lightbox with a macro lens on a tripod-mounted DSLR. Also done a long time ago, could probably do a little better now.
 
2015-01-18 3:50:16 PM  
In November parts of western NY got socked with a lake effect double whammy later dubbed "Snowvember"
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2015-01-18 3:53:27 PM  
I tried to make a path for the dog and quit when I reached the last step.


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2015-01-18 3:59:01 PM  
The heavy snow was too much for a branch on my oak tree.


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2015-01-20 8:58:05 PM  
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Na Pali Crash

Storm waves crashing over the rocks along Kauai's Na Pali Coastline.


 
2015-01-20 9:04:31 PM  
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Storm's Up

A few days prior, a nasty storm battered the Bearing Sea between Kamchatka and the Aleutians. The morning before this shot, waves generated by that storm reached Kauai's North Shore. By this afternoon, they had reached full force. While nearly every beach facing the swell was closed due to dangerous shorebreak (10-15 foot waves smashing into the sand), a few folks braved the open ocean breaks where they were treated with 20-35 foot faces in a normally calm harbor.

 
2015-01-21 1:24:31 PM  
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This is about as winter stormy as it gets in DC.

 
2015-01-21 3:31:31 PM  
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it rains all the time in Scotland...

 
2015-01-21 3:32:51 PM  
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watching the snow fall in my backyard
 
2015-01-21 5:13:37 PM  
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2015-01-21 5:22:41 PM  
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Snow in September in Medicine Bow
 
2015-01-21 5:25:13 PM  
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2015-01-22 12:01:57 AM  
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Angry Sky
Haleakala Volcano, Maui, HI

Click here to view on a black background or click the pic to go to my Flickr. Prints of this photo are available for purchase on my Crated Gallery.

 
2015-01-22 12:02:41 AM  
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Rolling In
Haleakala, Maui, HI

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2015-01-22 12:19:37 AM  
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Shelf clouds rolling over the high desert of southwest Wyoming
 
2015-01-22 12:27:54 AM  
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I call this "Lightning Strike Near Green River." It's currently on display at the Wyoming State Museum as part of the Governor's Capitol Art Exhibition.
 
2015-01-22 12:35:18 AM  
Serious Clouds Are Serious
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2015-01-22 12:41:21 AM  
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Undulatus asperatus near the foothills of the Uinta Mountains in southwest Wyoming
 
2015-01-22 12:49:00 AM  
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Horseshoe Bay
 
2015-01-22 1:28:29 AM  
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2015-01-22 2:07:00 AM  
Waiting at a hamburger stand.  In the rain.....

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2015-01-22 2:56:40 AM  
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2015-01-22 6:40:33 AM  
Taken with my lame old iPhone
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2015-01-22 7:24:31 AM  
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2015-01-22 7:46:25 AM  
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PInconning Michigan, just a couple weeks ago.
 
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2015-01-22 8:05:27 AM  
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Storm moving in at Fort Zachary Taylor, Key West
 
2015-01-22 8:16:09 AM  
Storm on the west bank of the Matanzas river, with the Granada bridge to the right, shot from the east bank. Now with votey goodness!

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2015-01-22 4:25:02 PM  
Took this last summer:

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2015-01-22 4:28:34 PM  
Another storm last summer:

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