The two things that attract me the most as a landscape photographer are trees and storms.
On August 9th 2018 I loaded up some Fuji C200, Fujipress 800 and Portra 400 and headed to Frederick County, Virginia where a line of thunderstorms were fast approaching.
There is something truly electric about exploring a new location while at the same time in the presence of a storm.
With storms you have to be ready to move quickly and take cover so I feel 35mm works best in those conditions, especially because my only medium format camera is an RB67 which is slow and heavy
The following images were all shot on 35mm film on that stormy afternoon in Frederick County, Va. (note: there may be a couple of images that are in Clarke County which is adjacent to Frederick County, but it's not always easy to tell my exact location.)
Tree with cross behind church on Kodak Portra 400
horse with lush terrain on expired Fujipress 800
water tank and railroad tracks on Fuji C200
Shelf cloud over church on Kodak Portra 400