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What a beautiful weekend it was. We had a booth at Lafayette days. Right next to the Chris Daniels band. I have to tell you what a great day. The weather and the music was incredible. It was amazing to see people run to the tent to start dancing. Chris Daniels has been around over 25 years. I remember catching him at the walrus and Jose Muldoons back in the day. At our booth was all friends. Mary Ellis, an incredible realtor, Made in the shade Landscaping and me, www.Striking-Photography.com . We were shooting free facebook photo’s. It was so much fun. Here are a couple of the images. Enjoy.
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Pet Photography, Children Portraits, Famly Portraits, Senior Portraits you name it and we will focus on it.
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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.
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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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Boulder County Colorado Lightning Storm 07.20.09 11:15pm 15 sec f4.9. Monday July 20th, 2009… so here it is about 9:30pm and I start to see the flashes out the window calling my name. I am so happy cause it is hitting south of me for the first time in a while. So I take off on my route that has two shots I am working on. I pull over to the location of my shots and sit and watch as the rain comes down in buckets. No Such luck. It was not hitting where I wanted it to plus a lot of in the cloud action. So I took off and headed west to HWY 36. Between Lyons and Boulder. I have a couple locations here but again not hitting in the right place. It is hitting just east of Boulder. So next I decided to go up into the hills to get a shot of the Boulder City Lights and Lightning. Went up Lee Hill road, turn out to be the wrong road and should have got on Stage Coach road. ( hey it was dark I got confused 😉 Stagecoach has two great over looks to the City lights looking out east from the mountains. But lucky me it was not hitting in the right place of those valley windows to the lights. Maybe if I hadn’t lost some time It was here earlier. So back down I go. It is still a lot of in the cloud to cloud action with a bolt coming out now and then. SO back to HWY 36. Just north of Boulder I found a spot. Looking out east to Lafayette and Louisville. It was very rainy and windy at times. These images are not the sharpest because of it. I normally would put these to the bottom of the pile and maybe come back to these in a few years and they might look better to me 😉 Loving chasing lightning in Boulder County and Beyond. Hope you like these two images from this shoot. I didn’t want to come up empty handed. I like how you see the bolt starting up high in the cloud. Hope to get a better one of these in the future. Striking Photography by Bo Insogna,Lightning and Nature Print Gallery: www.TheLightningMan.com
Striking Photography by Longmont Colorado Photographer Bo Insogna
North East Boulder County Lightning Thunderstorm 07.19.09 www.TheLightningMan.com