30 Dark Stormy Cloud Pictures

Nothing makes a landscape portrait quite as ominous and dramatic as dark clouds. Sometimes they make everything gloomy; other times they create this wonderful contrast between light and dark; or they simply represent the inevitability of an awesome thunderstorm.

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i should remind myself to carry the tripod with me a bit more often by Ibrahim Iujaz

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Cape Kidnappers, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, 22 November 2005 by Phillip Capper

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Street Beat by Joel Bedford

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Kodak Elitechrome EBX by Kevin Dooley

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Dark Coast, Dark Ship by nosha

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St Michael, The Archangel Chapel - Rookwood Necropolis by Luke Peterson

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this city will squash you #3 by Jes

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We're Going Where Exactly? by Zach Dischner

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walk this way by Linda Cronin

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Evening by Linda Cronin

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Firenze by me #3 by Angelo Amboldi

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Eunos MRT– Singapore by William Cho

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the windmill (dramatic bw) by fRandi-Shooters

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Cumulo Artistus (An Artist's Clouds) by mendhak

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In the clouds by Kevin Dooley

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Operation desert storm by Kevin Dooley

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Stormy at the Sea by Luis Argerich

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Sad Sunflowers by Daniel Zedda

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Dark sky ferris wheel by Jason

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USS Wisconsin by Steve

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don't fence me in by Linda Cronin

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Durdle Door by Linda Cronin

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Weekend Getaway by Bala Sivakumar

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Agitated by Vince Alongi

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Stormy Beach by JD the Photog

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Storm by Kristaps B.

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Stormy by OUCHcharley

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Ominous Sky by Тањица Перовић

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Sky Anger by Lucas Incas

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Ciel menaçant (une autre variante) by blue eyes photographies

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  1. The Soul Explorer

    I will try to capture clouds, too! This is amazing!


    wowwww awesome pics and soo cooool

  3. Shyamal K Banik

    Extra ordinary….beyond Praiseworthy…..

  4. James Gordo

    SUPERB SHOTS :) I like Agitated by Vince Alongi the most :)

  5. Ashley

    These photos are so gorgeous and inspiring to a beginning photographer like me. Keep up the great work!

  6. Luke Peterson

    Thanks for including my Church :)

    • Anonymous

      That is one of my favorite pictures in this post! I’m new to photography & I was wondering how you were able to get this picture?

  7. Theresa Landry

    Love these pictures

  8. Geedebee

    Great pictures !

  9. Honorio Carlos Pereira Braga

    There is something frightening about these pictures, but also beautiful. Thank You.

  10. Mathias (Fotografie MD)

    Those clouds are infinitely mesmerising to me! Whether I’m in a plane, looking out my window in the evening or hiking, I can’t quite believe how quickly they can fly by and open up a vista or completely close in on you…

  11. Nick Harris

    Really beautiful curation. All are worthy of book covers!

  12. marie

    Wow, those are furious clouds.

  13. claudio adrian natoli michile

    these shots are really magical!!!

  14. Daniel J. Linek

    As an amateur photographer myself, I gotta say I was rather disappointed with some of the images displayed in this one. Two of them were too dark to really appreciate, a few of them contained only a sliver of sky, and others were just lacking of skill. I have seen far better photos out there that truly display a “dark stormy” clouds by much more talented artists.

  15. ariboedhi

    very expressive…awesome…especially the USS Wisconsin picture…

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