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Low stormy weather clouds lingering and hovering over a lake with city lights in the distance along the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Blue sky underneath and stars shining just after the sun was setting and dusk was approaching. Scenic landscape view looking northwest toward Loveland.
Colorado Fine art nature landscape photography poster prints, decorative canvas prints, acrylic prints, metal prints, corporate artwork, greeting cards and stock images by James Bo Insogna
Time, time and again I’ve seen you starin’ out at me. Now, then and again, I wonder What it is that you see… With those Angry Skies.Well, I bet you wish you could Cut me down with those Angry Skies…You want to believe that I am not the same as you. I can’t concieve, oh no, What it is you’re tryin’ to doWhat a shot you could be if You could shoot at me With those Angry Skies…You tried to defend that You are not the one to blame. But I’m finding it hard, my friend, When I’m in the deadly aim Of those Angry Skies.What a shot you could be If you could shoot at me With those Angry Skies…You have never stopped to realize Blindness binds us together in the foster skies. Can you see me through those Angry Skies?
Colorado Fine art nature landscape photography poster prints, decorative canvas prints, acrylic prints, metal prints, greeting cards and stock images by James Bo Insogna
The top of Boulder Canyon where the road comes up to the dam. Wind blowing across the Nederland Barker reservoir roand and dam or I dare say the Dam Road.
One thing I love doing is playing with composites. Don’t get me wrong, I love getting the real deal, but some of the best Images our there are composites. Here are two of my new ones or Boulder County. These will be available on line at http://www.AZLightning.com or you will be able to find these at Art Mart on the Boulder Pearl Street Mall.
Hope you like. Comments welcome.
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) estimates there are 200 deaths and 750 severe injuries from lightning each year in the U.S.
20% of all lightning victims die from the strike.
70% of survivors will suffer serious long-term effects.
Annually, there are more than 10,000 forest fires caused by lightning.
Sunday Longmont Times Call Newspaper. ( 08.09.09) I made the front page of the Life Section.
Here is the link to the on-line version.
Check out my on-line Lighting Nature Galley at: http://www.TheLightningMan.com
Boulder County, Colorado. It’s Tuesday July 28th, 2009. Stormy thunderhead clouds in the afternoon air. Will this be the day? Left the house a little after 8:00pm. Went to my spot by the lake. Not really a sunset tonight. And then for the first time it started hitting just southeast of Mt Meeker in the foothills over the first ridge. You could not get a clear shot of it though.
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