Longs Peak Lightning ThunderStorm 4
Lightning bolts, cloud to ground striking the front range foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains in Boulder County. A view of the Twin Peaks, Mount Meeker 13,911′ and Longs Peak 14,256′ in the distance. This storm came in fast about 8:30 pm, one thing I have learned about Colorado Lightning storms in the springtime… they come in fast and do not last long. For me as soon as I saw some flashed in the sky, out the door and landed where I could to get a composition view of Longs Peak. A shot I have been working on for five years. There are 8 Lightning images in the series. This is number four color. Here are my settings for this Lightning session. ISO 100 – 20sec – f5.6 – 28mm. This is a layered of 4 images equal to an 80 sec exposure. Hope you enjoy them. Fine art nature landscape lightning photography prints, decorative canvas prints, acrylic prints and stock images by By James Bo Insogna (C) 2012 – All Rights Reserved. 1-888-682-0122
Posted on May 24, 2012, in Lightning Thunderstorm Weather Photography and tagged awe, awesolightning, bolt, bolts, Boulder, Boulder County, C2G, charge, chasers, city, cloud, cloud to ground lightning, clouds, Colorado, dangerous, Decorative Canvas Prints, discharge, electric, electricity, energy, extreme, flash, foothills, front range, landscape, lightening, Longmont, Longs Peak, monsoon, Nature, night, nighttime, power, rain, rainstorm, Rocky Mountains, severe, sky, Spark, storm, storms, strike, striking, thunder, thunderbolt, thunderhead, thundershower, Thunderstorms, typhoon, voltage, weather, Weather photography. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.