"The Strange Blissfulness of Storms" by Red Nose Studio for Nautilus by nautilusmag

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"The Strange Blissfulness of Storms" by Red Nose Studio for Nautilus Art Print

"The Strange Blissfulness of Storms" by Red Nose Studio for Nautilus Art Print
"The Strange Blissfulness of Storms" by Red Nose Studio for Nautilus Art Print
"The Strange Blissfulness of Storms" by Red Nose Studio for Nautilus Art Print
"The Strange Blissfulness of Storms" by Red Nose Studio for Nautilus Art Print

"The Strange Blissfulness of Storms" by Red Nose Studio for Nautilus Art Print

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Illustration by Red Nose Studio

I felt pretty sure something was wrong when the deer began running toward me. I knew something was wrong when a pine branch flew by my head. The air went dark and a noise like a train barreled through the forest, the actual wind coming after the sound of itself. The trees all swayed in the same direction, and then came the slap of thunder.

I felt more than saw the huge shelf cloud,
 a wall of black striped with electricity, surge forward over the ridge of the Allegheny Mountains overlooking Green Bank, West Virginia. A sharp line against the blue sky, it 
looked less like weather and more like a Rothko. I lived in this remote town, and I was on my usual afternoon run, picking my way across the trails that led from my house to the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, where I worked. Adrenaline told me I needed to fly, faster.

I ran two miles in 12 minutes, a pace I’d never maintained before and never have since, hurdling downed trees and power lines. When I got back to my house, surprised to be safe, I dragged my dog down to the farmhouse basement. After a restless 30 seconds, though, I bolted back upstairs, threw the door open, and stood on the porch. A wall of wind hit me. Lightning struck like a strobe. I felt awakened, alive, engaged. As the edge of the front pushed forward, the force seemed to clear the air and charge the whole scene with yellow-lit significance.

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