As a child, Kevin Erskine watched his hometown destroyed by a tornado. Today, he photographs what he describes as "the sublime"- the powerful displays of nature that range from massive storm cells, to monumental waterfalls, or majestic trees of Angkor Watt.
"The sublime is an aesthetic concept of the exalted, of beauty that is both grand and dangerous. Through the 18th and 19th century intellectual tradition, 'the sublime' became intimately associated with nature.
"Romantic painters...like William Turner inspired me to photograph the power of mother nature, and portray the insignificance of man."
Explore more of his stunning skies on the links below.
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