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7 thoughts on “The lightning dancing in the rain, Bluff, Utah, US.”

  1. Paul Martini avatar Paul Martini says:

    My thanks to all. Michael: No lightning trigger, a two-minute exposure.
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  2. Michael Sharp avatar Michael Sharp says:

    Paul how could I go passed your wonderful photo of the lightning strike in the rain beneath the cloud’s precipitation shaft. I would be very pleased to capture such a photo. Can I assume from looking at the clouds it is a long exposure which suggests that you do not have or did not use a lightning trigger. Is that rain or starlight in the blue of the sky?

  3. Rebecca Hill avatar Rebecca says:

    Quite dramatic! The rain pours down in the distance and the lightning shines its silver light upon it as they appear to dance. Great shot. From Rebecca Hill

  4. Joan H. Laurino avatar Joan H. says:

    Another beauty from you, Paul. Sure appreciate your efforts in getting these most outstanding sky dramas.

    Joan H. Laurino

  5. Michael Davies avatar Michael Davies says:

    superb image Paul
    Mike Davies

  6. Laurence Green avatar Laurence Green says:

    Laurence Green
    July 24, 2018 at 5:51 pm

    A faultless ands really grand photo capturing huge drama. Quite a spectacle!

    Marvellous, as ever, from you, Paul!

    “Biffo” stuff!

    Laurence

  7. Laurence Green avatar Laurence Green says:

    A faultless ands really gand photo capturing huge drama. Quite a spectacle!

    Marvellous, as ever, from you, Paul!

    “Biffo” stuff!

    Laurence

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Jellyfish of the sky, also known as Altocumulus clouds producing the evaporating precipitation trails known as virga, spotted drifting over Portland, Oregon, US.

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Dramatic lighting of Stratocumulus spotted over Seattle from Juanita Beach, Lake Washington, WA, US.

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A high formation of Altocumulus stratiformis undulatus, also known more poetically as ‘a mackerel sky’. Spotted over Bendigo, Victoria, Australia.

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Cumulus and Cirrostratus over Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England. “To my eye this cloud looks like a bizarre two-headed 'push-me-pull-you' crocodile,“ says Jeremy Williams, “but maybe I’m hallucinating!”

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Intense rainbow action spotted over Durham, North Carolina, US, including a primary bow, a secondary bow, supernumerary bows (tiny fringes inside the primary bow) and Alexander’s Dark Band (the darker sky between the bows).

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