Category Archives: Storm Catcher
A weather photography mix of time lapse from different amazing and epic lightning storm chases. Music: Angel of Mercy By Ethan Meixsell. Although severe thunderstorms can be fairly small, averaging around 10 to 15 miles in diameter, and have an average lifetime of 20 to 30 minutes, they can cause a tremendous amount…
A five minute STRESS reliever mind candy for your eyes, brain and soul. This is a very relaxing video mix of spectacular Colorado nature landscapes. Piano music by Beethoven. Hope you enjoy. For more please subscribe, like and share. Very much appreciated! If you would like to receive emails of new fine art photography…
A Day in the life of a storm catcher, photographer Bo Insogna, These thunderstorm cells are so cool to watch as the float around the landscape in the spring and summer months. They come in fast and head out to the Colorado eastern plains and out to Kansas and Nebraska where the tornadoes…
Amazing Lightning Thunderstorm view at an Intersection of highway 287 in northeast Boulder County Colorado, a time lapse short. A day in the life of a storm catcher 07.17.2016. CRAZY Lightning thunderstorm cell that blew through town fast. Music: Voyeur by Jingle Punks. Striking Photography by James “Bo” Insogna iGallery http://ift.tt/18WljYi or http://ift.tt/1diDE0r – For more please subscribe, follow and share. Very much appreciated!
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Afternoon thunderstorm’s come rolling in from the northwest over the Colorado Rocky Mountains , out to Denver and the plains right before sunset. Next we get treated to an hour and half colorful sunset that just wouldn’t stop. View from Boulder County in Longmont to the west and southwest, Boulder County Agricultural Heritage Center at the Lohr/McIntosh Farm in Longmont with Longs Peak at 14,256 feet in the distance. Time Lapse Short 06.09.2016 – Photography by By Bo Insogna. Music: Monks By Topher Mohr and Alex Elena. A day in the life of a storm catcher. For more please subscribe, follow and share. Very much appreciated! Bo Insogna – Fine art nature landscape and weather photography. Prints –WallArt – Licensing- iGallery http://ift.tt/18WljYi and http://ift.tt/1diDE0r http://youtu.be/OeAYOULBBmE
A time lapse short of cool colorful Colorado cloud to cloud severe lightning thunderstorms. This was shot in northeast Colorado. A safe way to watch a storm. Day in the life of a storm catcher. 5.24.2016 – Music: Taking a Beating by Ethan Meixsell. Photography by Bo Insogna. For more please subscribe, follow and share. Very much appreciated! Bo Insogna – Fine art nature landscape and weather photography iGallery http://ift.tt/18WljYi andhttp://www.TheLightningMan.com
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Lightning Catching with Bo, images from monsoon lightning thunderstorms in north Scottsdale and Phoenix Arizona. Lightning hitting all over the peaks and desert floor. Some of the original images were captured on film. Music: Fly Away By Otis McDonald. Striking Photography by James “Bo” Insogna iGallery http://ift.tt/18WljYi or http://ift.tt/1diDE0r – Please contact or visit web site for prints and licensing. For more please subscribe, follow and share. Very much appreciated!
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A sizzling summer night of lightning thunderstorm catching time lapse Short from the night of 7.15.2014. A day in the life of a storm catcher, photographer Bo Insogna, for more please visit: http://ift.tt/1diDE0r – Hope you enjoy.
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Afternoon thunderstorms roll in to the high elevation in the Colorado Rocky Mountains almost on a daily basis in the late spring into summer. Lightning strikes once or twice and also moves in and out pretty fast. Mostly in the early or late afternoon time of day. It is vary hard to catch a still shot without a lightning trigger. At this time I do not use one nor have I ever used one. This is the first image that I have caught lightning in the high elevation of the mountains. Watch the storm tracking and really though this was a good chance and it happened according to plan. It only took me 8 years but it finally worked out.
4:00pm, June 13th, 2015. This date and the number thirteen is a lucky number in our family because it is my sisters Kathie’s birthday. She passed away a few years ago so I can only think she had something to do with this image. Happy Birthday Kathie!
This is a view of lightning striking over the very small rustic town of Rollinsville Colorado, Gilpin County. The snow covered continental divide is right below the lightning bolts. The red building is the famous Stage Stop.
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