Of your hptographs, I like many of them but this one is my favorite. I think it takes courage to embrace blur in a photograph, and here you have used it well. I like it more when viewd froms lightly far away, because I feel like it imitates the way the eye focuses very well, but the thing about it that most makes it take the spot as my favorite is that it has a very strong feeling of being spontaneous, like a very candid moment. If this was strictly planned out, it was hidden in the execution and looks a lot like a passing glance from ones own eye. Nicely done!
A very delightful job of "storm chasing" so to speak. Standing in there with such acumen with the camera, capturing the captivating quiescence. All the while knowing that some significantly more dynamic weather is brewing and perhaps headed the photographer's way!
Now, just in case you are Santa in disguise I will tell you that I WANT a computerized art system. It seems daily that new types come out and I don't know what is the best kind. That said, however, I NEED a new printer for my computer. It is difficult to admit defeat and say that it can't be fixed but I really do need to replace it so that I can get back to drawing!
In case you are not Santa, well, I still wish you happy holidays!