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Good composition, Kamila.
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Fantastic photograph, Kamila! Brilliant colouring. Very atmospheric too! What a sight, eh?!!? It must have been wonderful to witness!
PS… a very strong contender for a “Cloud Of The Month” – that is, my vote.
Thank You so much, Laurence!
Look at this – panorama, 4 photos – https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=868200689883508&set=pcb.868201016550142&type=1&theater
Thanks so much for the invite to see the marvellous photos on your photo gallery. Every photo is simply marvellous in every way. You must have had a wonderful experience witnessing such vistas.
Many thanks again for sharing all this beauty with us.
Stunning formation and colours.
Beautiful sun set love the colors,very inspirational, thanks!
What a nice shot, excellent
Great shot! Congratulations!
WOW!!! Great Capture Kamila!!!
Fantastic capture, well done!
Fantastic capture, I love it!
Awesome capture, very dramatic!
Lovely shot, Kamila. You have captured something rather rare and have done so very well indeed. The Noctilucent cloud is usually some 80kms above the Earth and touching space itself. Talk about being extremely high – this is it!
Here is some brief but useful info about this rare cloud taken from NASA’s “Astronomy Picture Of the Day” (APOD) website:-
Hope this is of use to others here.
It was the most beautiful show I’ve ever seen…
Panorama of 6 photos…
Better resolution here:
Absolutely fantastic and definitely electrifying, Kamila! It’s a wonder you did not get hit by a lightning bolt given the numbers occurring in this wonderful shot you have kindly posted here. What an experience this must have been. Great stuff. Thanks.
Fantastic composition Kamlia great stuff indeed well done
A remarkable capture Kamila. One to be proud of,
WOW! Beautiful shot!
Stunning! Fire in the sky…
Great example of a long exposure used to record multiple lightning strikes!
I love it when nature is scary and beautiful all at the same time.
Front Page Calendar material for sure. GREAT SHOT! Kamila!
I need to add, this may be the Very Best Lightning shot I have ever seen. Sweet!!!
Wow… I’m surprised… I thought that this picture will not be published… This is all the more a surprise… THANK YOU.
PS. This quality doesn’t satisfy me… The original looks better :)
And……. I’m already getting ready to publish a single, double and triple Brocken specter :)
Wonderful image, Kamila
I love lightning shots. This one is very stunning.
Fantastic shot, thanks
Great shot Kamila! Isn’t that the same field as your awesome picture which made it to the 2012 cloud calendar ? ;)
Stunning image, Kamila!
WOW!!!! Talk about exciting, great capture Kamila.
No Way!!!! Talk about your AWESOME SHOTS!! WOW!!! Thanks for sharing this shot Kamila….
I have to comment again…WOW!!!! Talk about BAD A…Hahaha… you know….Gavin, Ian, this shot has to make the next Calendar…..This is that Awesome…..
A puckered sky….one of the best captures of the mammatus, for sure.
It’s a great surprise for me… Thanks! :)
Fabulous, this mammatus! Must have been so impressive to see in reality.
Astounding formation! Superb shot! And Bryan is right: July 2013! :)
Wow! Amazing shot!
What else can I add? Tremendous sky! Something I’ve long wanted to see; one day, I hope.
The angels are mooning us…:-). Absolutely amazing…
superb capture of a superb mammatus well done
Mamma mia. Thanks for sharing this awesome shot with us, Kamila.
very nice, but i want to ask how long was the exposure time?
Not sure if I’m excited to see this…or massively frightened! But, regardless, I am quite impressed (by formation and angle with the “shubbery” appearing to be affected :)
Matej – it’s about 1/100 s. exposure… Thanks ALL :)
These clouds look so unreal, it’s like those old celluloid movies that got stuck in the projector and burned. Great shot Kamila!
Wow! What a superb photo Kamila well done.
One of the most besutiful photos, Kamila!
Yes very cool and also nice composition.
WOW!!!! I have never seen clouds like this in my life….Beautifully unique.
A stunning sky and a great photo, Kamila. Makes you want to walk up that track and find out what’s over the hill!
Yes a very beautiful photo, great composition, I love the colours, and the desolate feel to it. Well done!
And an astounding one, too! Thanks for sharing and keep them coming! Congrats!
Details….Canon EOS 20D, Canon 10-22, 10 mm, f/4.0, 46 x 5 sec,
you can explain what it means 46×5 sec?
I know that to make these photos must be bulb exposure.
you used only 5 sec?
soon as I can, I also try to do this kind of picture.
really fantastic photos. I feel envy
Thanks and good luck
A great photo Kamila. Looks like a good storm.
I also only use 5 secs when taking shots of lightning but thats more to do with the light pollution here in Bangkok. Marco. If you are in an area without light pollution you can just leave the exposure setting open (B setting) and close it once you get a strike. Just make sure camera is on a tripod :)
Beautiful shot ! Amazing sky ! Tks Kamila.
Such a beautiful strength in your shot, Kamila. Truly remarkable colours. Thank you ;D
OH-WOW!!!!! This is Super Fantastic, Amazingly Incredible Kamila. What a Great Shot this is…..AWESOME!!!
wonderful photo, congratulations on a lovely effort.
Superb capture excellent work
A brilliant dramatic photo
Yes, it looks as if the sky is rooted to the earth!!!
CLOUD OF THE YEAR
I think tis will be the photo of the month!
Myślę, że ta fotka zostanie zdjęciem miesiąca i może wydrukują ją w kolejnym kalendarzu?
Trust me – amazing 4 minutes… terrifying power… scream the sky…
Thank you for your warm welcome and many comments. I swallowed up in the sky… Nocturnal escapades, storms, eclipses, conjunctions… The photograph will next be seen also in my presentation, which is preparing…
Marco C. – this picture is composed of 46 frames, each of them was after 5 seconds. Folded in Startrails.
It`s wonderful photo.Simply the best.
That is superb!
One of the best – brilliant drama wonderfully captured. I was interested to read how you managed it Kamila. Terrifyingly beautiful! Thanks.
Here in Italy we have -3 or -6°C , but it’s sunny!!
I would like to see a storm…
amazing results, have not seen Startrails used this way before.
espectacular, una de las mejores fotos que he visto :D saludos
woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooow kamila!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Andrea mn12272
How did I miss this shot when it first was posted?!?!?! Glad they featured it in the slide show.
So dangerous! So beautiful!
Wow – this is such a stunning photo, Kamila! Lovely!
This is extraordinary, Kamila. Beautiful colours and stars, wow. :O
Beautiful with nice colours. From the stars it seems that the exposure was not particularly long.
Thanks… Yes, it’s only 30 s. :)