What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Repost: Storm Chaser



Mike Olbinski

2/11/18: Arizona native Mike Olbinski makes the most of his home state’s occasionally dramatic weather.

“When you’ve lived in Arizona your whole life, you learn to appreciate unusual things like clouds, rain…and weather in general. Especially in the summers when it’s so hot out for months on end, you welcome the cool breezes after a monsoon thunderstorm. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been obsessed with weather. I used to watch lightning out my window with my brother when we were little. I have pictures of clouds I took while in high school. And now I chase storms.”

Though he is technically an amateur photographer, Olbinski’s work does a beautiful job of capturing the power and majesty of nature. I’m sure you’re going to enjoy them as much as I did.

You can follow this amazing photographer’s work on his website, on Twitter, and on Facebook.

All images property of Mike Olbinski.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

7 thoughts on “Repost: Storm Chaser

  1. Well, he is one heckuva professional amateur–if that is such a thing. These skies are beautiful.

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  2. I enjoy watching weather too. People may think I’m crazy but when and until you have been in a tornado you have no idea the strength .

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    • I’ve never been in a tornado, but we have had our share of weather drama, and I imagine it feels similar. Hurricane Sandy was one of the most important and life-changing experiences of my life, both the storm and the aftermath.


  3. I love all the beautiful colors! You should check out Camille Seaman’s books. One on storms and one on Antarctica.

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