If Ansel Adams photographed an alien invasion. . .

It might look something like this:

Arm of God
Galacia, Kansas 2009
Mitch Dobrowner

Those of you who enjoyed Sean Heavey's photos of storms in the American West may appreciate this epic, crisp black-and-white storm photography by Mitch Dobrowner.

Vapor Cloud
Near Clayton, New Mexico 2009
Mitch Dobrowner

In addition to his website, you can find Dobrowner's work at Ordover Gallery and John Cleary Gallery, among others. He will be exhibiting in April 2011 at Portland, Oregon's Blue Sky Gallery.


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