GESTURES of a THUNDERSTORM with Cows
South Dakota between Lily and Butler. Summer rainstorm imagined in violent pink.
Sometimes, a photograph is not an expected photograph but the photographer's interpretation of the experience of a place rather than the record of a place.
Fact is, cameras today can document fairly well a place. But far too many playthings are available in cameras and most of the time, in the unexperienced, a disaster proceeds much like a cake baked without the baking soda. Altho, usually the image is not flat in its outcome but a crazy explosion of texture and color and in all those elements of an image.