One thing that is consistent in Lubbock is the weather. It’s dry and windy. In the summer it’s hot, dry, and windy. In the winter it’s cold, dry, and windy. In the spring it might be either, with the added loveliness of brown skies, or even a haboob. This March was different. We had much more (and much needed) rain than I’ve experienced in my three-and-a-half years living here, and this has contributed to a great more variety in the sky that the usual. The Lubbock Sky is big! The landscape is flat, the trees are short, and the skyscrapers are few, so there is very little to break up the pale, desaturated azure above. With this series, I’ve attempted to insert some drama into a sky that, for the most part, doesn’t change. I chose a filter that would inject some color, heighten the contrast between sky and clouds, and, through it’s vignetting, emphasize whatever was in the center. Enjoy.