Haboob: A Decade of Dust is a new timelapse produced by storm-chasing photographer Mike Olbinski, showing his favorite clips of dust storms captured from 2011 to 2021.
“Last summer marked the 10th anniversary of the historic haboob that hit downtown Phoenix in 2011, which just happened to be my third ever time-lapse attempt,” Olbinski said.
“I posted it online, it did well and thus I decided to keep time-lapsing dust and storms. Here we are, over a decade later, and the amount of haboob goodness I’ve witnessed and captured on camera has been a blast.
“Incredibly fun, exhilarating and rewarding. It started as a passion, turned into a business and now I consult annually with production companies on how to capture them on film.”
Featured image and video courtesy: Mike Olbinski
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