Rocky Mountain Foothills Lightning Storm
Massive Rocky Mountain Storm Boulder County Colorado Foothills. this is a layered image equal to a 1 minute and 45 sec exposure.Fact: Lightning detection systems in the United States monitor an average of 25 million strokes of lightning from clouds to ground during some 100,000 thunderstorms every year. It is estimated that Earth as a whole is struck by an average of more than a hundred lightning bolts every second. (C) James Bo Insogna All rights reserved.
Posted on February 4, 2013, in Lightning Thunderstorm Weather Photography and tagged Bo Insogna, Canon 40D, cloud to cloud, cloud to ground, clouds, Colorado, Colorado weather, convection, Extreme weather, GlowFI, image, James Insogna, ladscapes, lake, Landscapes, Lightning, lightning images, lightning man, monsoon, narure, Nature, night, photograph, scenic, Severe weather, skies, sky, skyscape, spring, storm, strike, Striking Photography, strikingphotography.com, summer, supercell, the lightning man, TheLightningMan.com, thunder, thunderstorm, water, weather. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.