Looking back on the cold and snowy winter of 2013-2014 through beautiful, black and white photography.
Sometimes it’s refreshing to photograph the nice weather scenes and not just focus on the storms and extreme weather.
Last night's storms left behind some extraordinary sky scenes: mesmerizing mammatus, awesome anvil clouds, radical rainbows, and stunning sunsets.
Despite last weekend's supermoon, sky-watching photographers came out winning during the 2014 Perseids meteor shower.
Enhancing a photo with HDR helps get a photo noticed. Or at least that's the impression some seem to have. Unfortunately, it very often goes too far.
Around mid-afternoon on Tuesday, the western suburbs of D.C. began to clear out, providing an excellent show for weather watchers.
The year's most "super" supermoon occurred this weekend, and we have the photos to prove it.
Smoke from intense wildfires in Canada gave us some beautiful sunsets in the D.C. area on Thursday.
A photo of a Colorado, low precipitation supercell won this year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
I captured the sunset on Thursday evening from Mountain Lodge at Capon Springs, West Virginia as the western sky glowed red when the sun slowly descended behind the mountains.