Fall is approaching quickly which means storm season is coming to an end here in Florida ⛈ Captured this beauty the other day with @matt_roback out a Celery Fields in Sarasota. This is a 5 shot vertical panorama at 16mm to fit the whole massive anvil head into the frame.
#tropicalstormgordon had some very interesting lightning. This was the first time I’ve been able to capture lightning during a Tropical Storm / Hurricane. Captured this last night off the coast of Naples, FL ⚡️
What an incredible storm we had yesterday in Sarasota! It was quite the challenge trying to capture a daytime lightning strike. Luckily I was able to capture this huge strike near downtown Sarasota thanks to my @strikefinderphoto lightning trigger⚡️ —————
Single shot taken alongside @jhwhite50 and @sunsetsbyval
What an absolutely incredible sky we had the other evening 🙌🔥🌅 Many of you caught my IG live as I was in the middle of shooting this glorious sunset. It was my last day with the 2018 Tacoma @localtoyotadealers loaned me for photography. I had my doubts about the sky until I was absolutely caught off guard by the color. Probably the best sunset of the year by far 🏆
Huge anvil crawler over Port Mayaca, FL ⚡️
@justin_labadie , @ch808_shoots and I drove over 100 miles from Sarasota to chase this storm. As we rolled into Port Macaya on the East side of Lake Okeechobee, we met up with @stormvisuals . This storm started producing winds well over 60mph, nickel size hail, and littered the road with debris. It seriously was like Cat 1 hurricane conditions. The lightning was dropping left and right like bombs going off. We took shelter under the bridge over the St. Lucie River to capture the intense lightning. The power of this storm is something I'll never forget. A incredible experience ⛈
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