The title pretty much says it all. This is a panorama was manually stitched together from nine vertical photos at six megapixels apiece. An hour and a half later, the resulting Photoshop file has a resolution of 32 megapixels and is 207 MB. Yikes.
We chased this high-precipitation storm just north of Scottsbluff, Nebraska, on June 23. What an awesome storm.
You can view it enlarged here: [link]
Holy cow, a daily deviation! Thank you very much, garrit, for featuring this piece. I cannot respond to everyone's comments, so this edit serves as my overall thank-you to everyone for the favorites and kind words. Thank you!
I kept a blog during this week of storm chasing. The entry for this particular day can be found here: [link]
If you liked this shot, you may enjoy these other photos taken during that same week: [link]
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, to link a few. I was with the Silver Lining Tours
chase tour group, run by the excitable Roger Hill. He's been chasing as long as anybody, and is extremely knowledgable and passionate about severe storms. I highly reccomend this chase tour.
I'll try to get some dual-monitor and triple-monitor wallpaper versions up in the near future.