Daily Archives: November 14, 2012
Mountains with city lights in the foothills and lightning bolts striking above. One Exposure of 1024 sec, f7.1 70mm lens.Fact: The rapid expansion of heated air causes the thunder. Since light travels faster than sound, the thunder is heard after the lightning. If you see lightning and hear thunder at the same time, that lightning is in your neighborhood. If you see successive strokes of lightning in the same place on the horizon then you are in line with the storm, and it may be moving toward you.