Wet Weather Exhibition

Don’t Take Pictures is pleased to announce the results of our online exhibition Wet Weather. 50 photographs depicting rainy weather were selected and will be on view through August 25. Visit the exhibitions page to view the entire exhibition.

  Regenfenster , Charlotte Thömmes

Regenfenster, Charlotte Thömmes

Washing away the snow and grime of winter, April’s showers do indeed bring May’s flowers. Whether gloomy or relaxing, rainy atmosphere elicits an emotional response. Distorting the world through reflections, splatters, and color shifts, rain can transform our surroundings in ways both magical and disastrous. 

  Fog Marsh , Mark Yaggie

Fog Marsh, Mark Yaggie

From spring drizzles and fleeting summer thunderstorms to treacherous hurricanes and monsoons, the photographers in this exhibition have braved wind and the rain to create photographs that explore the regenerative and destructive powers of precipitation. 

  Rain, San Francisco, 1965 , Harry Wilson

Rain, San Francisco, 1965, Harry Wilson

Don’t Take Pictures holds free, quarterly calls for work for online exhibitions.