This picture is the result of the advice often given to new photographers about always bringing your camera with you everywhere you go. I was driving home from somewhere and got to see this kind of freak storm roll in over Saline. It lasted about 30 minutes, and I don’t think I’ve seen one like it before or since. There wasn’t a lot of time to set up a composition, I ended up with this one and a version that had some street signs in it, but I liked this one better because without the signs there’s nothing to grab onto for immediate perspective and size.
Exposure: 1/160 seconds
Focal Length: 43 mm