The sheer immensity of a supercell thunderstorm or erratic exponential growth of a bushfire captures our attention like nothing else. History has been shaped by such elemental phenomena which were for so long attributed to gods. Photography has not only helped with the scientific study of weather but also captured the very essence of which makes us stare in awe at them.
This small selection of some of the most destructive and beautiful weather in Australia displays its unquestionable grandeur and allure, it perpetually captivates Fairfax photographers and others alike.
Curated by Mags King and Nick Moir.
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