Budweiser Anheuser Busch Lightning Thunderstorm
Budweiser Power – Massive Lightning Thunderstorm all over the the Anheuser-Busch Budweiser Brewery. Lightning fact: Benjamin Franklin (1706â1790) endeavored to test the theory that sparks shared some similarity with lightning by using a spire which was being erected in Philadelphia. While waiting for completion of the spire, he got the idea to use a flying object such as a kite. During the next thunderstorm, which was in June 1752, it was reported that he raised a kite. He was accompanied by his son as an assistant. On his end of the string he attached a key, and he tied it to a post with a silk thread. As time passed, Franklin noticed the loose fibers on the string stretching out; he then brought his hand close to the key and a spark jumped the gap. This is Two images layered equal to a 30 sec exposure, f11, 75mm, ISO 100, WB tungsen. Processed with a slight orton effect. (C) 2011 James Insogna .com 1-888-682-0122
Posted on November 12, 2011, in Lightning Thunderstorm Weather Photography and tagged 40d, AnheuserBusch, beer, blue sky, Bo Insogna, brew, brewery, budlight, budweiser, cloud to cloud lightning, clouds, dream, electric, electricity, James Insogna, landscape, Landscapes, lighning, lightening, Lightning, lightning bolt pictures, lightning bolts, lightning strike, monsoon, Nature, orton, Photography, power, rain, sky, skyscape, stock images, storms, striking, striking Images, Striking Photography, strikingphotography.com, the lightning man, TheLightningMan.com, Thunderstorms, timed exposure, unusual lightning, Wall Art, weather. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.