#TAKEOVER: "The forecast was solid all week for thunderstorms to develop mid-afternoon on yet another very hot summer day in the wheatbelt region. So I headed towards the town of Dowerin to be in position by sunset. The forecast did not disappoint. Right as the clouds were soaking up the colours of the setting sun, the sky erupted into a visual spectacle. The slow-moving system seemed to sit stationary just to the north of my position right through twilight. The mix of fluorescent lightning backdropped by the most incredible sunset was out of this world. An evening I will never forget." - @jordancantelo, our guest curator this week.
Shot on a EOS 5D Mark II
ISO 100 | f/7.1 | 30s | 21mm focal length