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Elephant Head Rock

Chasing the drama of lightning but capturing subtle, engaging landscape photos in the process is a common theme of storm chasing. As it turns out, this image would almost be too dramatic with a lightning bolt, detracting from what feels like a more appropriately contemplative mood. I sat in this spot for a couple hours as storm cell after storm cell went by without so much as a single bolt. As it turns out, that was just fine. (And here I have a small, silly confession: I have seen the rock from every angle and still can’t figure out why it’s called “Elephant Head” Rock.)