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Commercial aircraft narrowly avoids being struck upon take-off Darwin Dec 30 2012
Image above was taken soon after I was doing investigative work on a pine tree that had been destroyed by lightning not far from where this photo was taken. Luckily for me I had heard the thunder and went after this monster!
Updated October 2013 - I have a new domain name STORMSCAPESDARWIN.NET So please advise, tell, forward the new domain name to anyone you know is aware of my site.
UPDATES>: research page and international exposure page for starters
(Make sure you mention StormscapesDarwin.net when purchasing your new website!)
Keep up to date on the hour, every hour with all the team from The Weather Channel in Australia. Breaking news on severe weather, outlooks and forecasts and much more. I use the The Weather Channel to assist my chasing. Together with Senior Meteorologist, Richard Whitaker and the entire team you can be assured of expert explanations for all severe weather scenarios at hand.
Master of Photography A.I.P.P
This site is dedicated to the late Peter Jarver who lived in the Northern Territory for many years photographing our wonderful storms and landscapes. His inspiration and passion as a storm chaser encouraged me to pursue my own chasing and photography interests. I hope that my own photographs show the same passion, so please, enjoy .
I would appreciate it too if you checked
out a friend's storm chasing page. Andy Barber and Cam Smith do an awesome job with storm reports, stills and video . as well as accurate forecasting. They have some great shots and wonderful video.
HOST, ANGRY PLANET SERIES, AUSTRALIA
"INCREDIBLE lightning photos!"
Reed Timmer Tornadovideos.net
"Anyone who loves storm chasing or thunderstorms themselves needs to see these photos. Want to see more? Go check out Mikes website. He does incredible work."
Cathy L Gregg, Rhino Concepts
Mike O'Neill - Internationally recognised Storm Chaser.
Photographing Darwin's lightning, thunderstorms &
2009 Featured in French GEO Magazine, 2010 Maxima Europe Magazine, and August 2010 National Geographic Channel's Naked Science program titled Lightning Reloaded. Documentary 2010 with Japan's NHK Broadcasting, Kyodo Television Japan 2012, and ABC Darwin documentaries. BBC1 Oxford University Science Series 2013
If you'd like to become a storm spotter go to...
Australia go to http://www.bom.gov.au/storm_spotters/index.shtml
A couple of photographers to visit please.
Hugh Brown spends many, many months abroad and within inland Western Australia totally alone and doing what he does best. Photography. An excerpt from his bio page:
Since 1998, I have been fortunate to have worked with many great clients. These have included Ausdrill Ltd, Australian Geographic, BHP Billiton, Bridgestone Earthmover Tyres, Coates, El Questro Wilderness Park, Kailis Australian Pearls, Nomad Modular Building plus many others. My work has taken me throughout Australia, and, more recently to Africa and Papua New Guinea. My work is represented in Australia by the Wildlight Photo Agency and internationally by IPN Stock. - See more at:
Immerse yourself in this beautiful lightning video with wonderful string accompaniment by Brian Williams & photographed by Cathy L Gregg. This footage has reached a staggering 900,000 hits - that's how spectacular it is.
Sherrie Chavez Photography.
Links and local Darwin businesses that I recommend you
I recommend and use EPRINT DARWIN for all my photographic printing. Stan is the business owner and he can create any media/advertising displays and props for you both corporate and personal. My images are mounted on aluminium and the ink and paper used are of industrial quality assuring a lifetime of quality. You can find Stan's business and EPRINT at 9/3 Downes St, Winnellie email at email@example.com
Mark Hamilton, A truly gifted photographer in Darwin with stunning portrait images. I have no hesitation recommending Mark for wedding or commercial photography, event, model portfolio or glamor photography in Darwin.
Traveling through the Northern Territory would not be complete without a stop-over in Katherine, roughly 290km south from Darwin. It's the gateway to Katherine Gorge and many other fantastic places to visit! Go to this link for all the information on what's happening there:
ed of professional, quality work. s shop.
Australian government weather site for all info and if you'd like to participate as a storm spotter also: http://www.bom.gov.au/
Nick Moir is partnered with several other outstanding photographers on this Australian site below. See Nick's 'Tropical Chaser' gallery featuring both of us chasing for European GEO Magazine in 2007.
Michael Bath's outstanding lightning and storm page with loads of info.
Canadian storm chaser Rob MacDonald in Manitoba, Canada has a new website featuring some fantastic lightning and supercell images. Well worth a view!