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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Ultralights, Oct 5, 2006.
This is quite an impressive picture. Most lightning shot are done by night to allow long exposure.
Thanks so much! I have quite a few night shots of lightening, and your right, this was a lucky shot! I do not have the lightening strike sensors that automatically trigger an exposure, so it was all chance hoping for a lightening strike during a 3.2 second exposures @f20! What I remember most though was that BOOM, even though I expected it, it was still enough to get the heart racing!
Er, yeah! Fixed again. I had a bit of trouble creating new folders in Photobucket.
Should be consistent now.
Right before the rain, hail, and insane wind started.
It wasn't all bad.
It looks like the rainbow is running along the ground instead of in the air. Is that just due to the angle?
Mt Evans summit
Looks cold!!! I get enough snow in the winter so I try to avoid it at all costs! LOL
Thanks! The bike was on an overlook at a high elevation - the rainbow had arched over the valley below.
Raced this little sucker and won even though I got lost a few times
Shores of Lake Ontario, near Niagara Falls.
uh oh, looks like we might hit some bad weather on the way... ...and then 10 miles later and about 3000' lower, the Horror, the Horror! :eek1 Way too much traffic, too...
storm moved in quick on me today. Just got out before a huge down burst came and the wind started blowing like mad.
I put this in the "pic a day" thread but thought it fit better here:
This picture was texted to me. It was taken by a friend in a 19' open boat. I was on the boat in the picture. Before the storm hit both boats took all sail down, we took his boat under tow and he came aboard our boat. A half hour later it was all over.
So what do you think? Can this image be cleaned up by you expert types? Maybe I can get hold of a better resolution version.