Australian photographer Nick Moir has spent the last 20 years chasing storms and bushfires, capturing the beauty and destruction of the natural environment. Moir is ignited by arriving in the right location at the right time, archiving these giant animals at their most organized. “They may only live for a few hours and then they won’t exist anymore,” he says. Being enveloped within these moments reminds him how insignificant we all are. His work over time has led him to think more in broad time and relate the increase of severe weather and bushfires to the abrasive truth in climate change.