Saturday, 3 December 2011

Anyone who has spent a few nights in a tent during a storm can tell you: The world doesn't care all that much if you live or die.

Few things in life have the power of making you feel as insignificant as good old mother nature; as these photographs by Mitch Drobowner prove. The violent ominous clouds heavy with rain and the ironic stillness and calm the photos translate is quite powerful. I'm guessing they were taken somewhere over America's hurricane belt. They remind me of 'Twister', a semi-decent 90s film about a couple who are 'tornado-chasers', epic.


  1. wow these photos are so beautiful. I can't even imagine how it must feel to witness it in person.

    Anyway I really love your blog! definately following

  2. Thank u :) and the photos are totally eery and sort of humbling