Lightening Storm

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Lightening Storms in Northern California cause a lot of fires. These storms start over the Ocean and move inland, make a big U turn and go back to sea. These storms rarely have rain in them. Just a great light show for a few hours.


Guest - Aug 08, 2006 01:14 PM EDT
P.S. If you do a smart blur on this image, it'll clean up the grainyness of the image. :)
Guest - Aug 08, 2006 01:12 PM EDT
I'd like to take good lightning shots like this one. What steps did you take to get it? Was it good timing? Long Exposure? Did you use an ND filter? Thanks!
Guest - Jun 28, 2005 06:28 AM EDT
i like this website but it needs more pictures and needs to look more entertaining for kids and not just for adults
Guest - Jun 17, 2005 01:06 PM EDT
Great lightening shot!! I have never seen a sky so purple.
Guest - Jun 17, 2005 04:02 AM EDT
great shot just a bit of a pity about the rain slightly blurring the strike but not much u can do about it. keep up the good work
Guest - May 06, 2005 02:01 PM EDT
Thanks everyone for your comments. This is an open sutter on a 35mm for about 4 minutes. The lightening was really rolling that night, but this is the only one in my experiment that turned out well. Clazikas
Guest - May 06, 2005 12:25 PM EDT
WOW!!! what a graet shot !!!
Guest - May 06, 2005 06:16 AM EDT
I had a comment on this but it is gone hmmm??? Anyway this is an excellent photo. KM mine always misses the action a well. Never can get a prefectly times action shot with as it is slow. One day I hopr to get something as great as this one is T
Guest - May 05, 2005 10:05 PM EDT
Great shot! I get frustrated by the slowness of my digital camera shutter. It usually misses most of the action.
Guest - May 05, 2005 07:44 AM EDT
Very cool shot... It's much better without the powerlines in the picture. I love lightning shots.

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