Art — August 13, 2013, 8:00 am

Storm Over Field, Lake Pointsett, South Dakota, 2010

"Storm Over Field, Lake Pointsett, South Dakota, 2010," by Mitch Dobrowner

“Storm Over Field, Lake Pointsett, South Dakota, 2010,” a photograph by Mitch Dobrowner, whose work was featured in the Readings section of our August 2013 issue. Dobrowner’s new monograph Storms will be published next month by ApertureCourtesy the artist and Aperture, New York City

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  • http://www.bolee.com/ Dee Baig

    If there is one thing I love about summers then it has to be the occasional cloudy skies hidden behind the stormy clouds ominously threatening rain. I love it wild and windy, in fact the best storm I’ve witnessed is the one from the old version of the Wizard of Oz. Was that breathtaking or what?! But this picture beats all. Love the dark side of the picture along with the radiant white lining of the steamy clouds. Simply spectacular!

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