I have spent the last few months barely involved in photography, I take my camera out but to no avail. I thought, what I should do is go back and look at my old work and see if that inspires me. I have this issue of looking back at my work, I know I shouldn’t do it, but I do anyway. Some of my most popular work, and most published work has been because of storms.
I think it’s about time I start getting involved and start posting those photographs that bring me the most emotional high at the very time the shutter clicks. I know I have been lax in posting on this site, I am sure it is some form of feeling that I am not worthy. It’s all an emotional fight within our own heads, the bane of a creatives mind.
Summer is coming and I’m starting to get excited.
This photograph is called “Prairie Light” it was captured well I was shooting a wedding. It was an epiphany for me. As we’re racing from one venue to the next I found a gathering storm far more exciting than the wedding that I were shooting. I decided it was OK to be late just a little. It reminded me just how much I love landscape photography! Over the next six years every summer my heart beats much quicker with the drumbeat of the strong storm.
Keywords: alberta, clouds, drew may photography, fields, grass, landscape, lightning, prairie, storm, tornado
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