You can’t see wind, but you can see what it does and where it goes, and you can see its effects on people in how they respond to it.
Here, a friend of mine is responding to thirty knots plus a 50 knot headwind on the ferry between Tsawassen and Vancouver Island on Canada’s west coast. You can see all his self-preservation activities: braced, hidden, sheltered, holding on, muscles tensed, loins girded. You can almost hear the swears, too, as the hoodie deflects the worst of nature’s inconvenience.
A photograph cannot show wind, but it can certainly show the battle against it.