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storm photos, BBC

Postby spainboy » Sat 25 Jun 2005 00:31 GMT

Some storm photos from the south of England taken yesterday



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Postby quine » Sat 25 Jun 2005 00:44 GMT

All I can say is "Wow!!!!" I am absolutely terrified of lightning but this is spectacular.
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Postby JayneR » Sat 25 Jun 2005 14:04 GMT

Thanks Spainboy! How amazing are those photos! I love lightening and really miss the electric storms we used to get over the Jura in France in the summer (viewed from afar, of course!) Hope this one didn't cause too much damage though, it looks pretty powerful.

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Postby Savannah_Alan » Sat 25 Jun 2005 15:10 GMT

Some great phototgraphs there. I too love lightning. It is notoriously difficult to photograph also (particularly with a digital), so they are very impressive shots.

We have some very impressive storms here during the summer months. Gets me some good work repairing frazzled computers :lol:

Last week one of our neighbours took a direct hit. It removed the stucco from the outside of the house, blew off the plaster in one room and set fire to their daughter's bed. Luckily, she was not there at the time. I distinctly remember hearing that strike - I'm sure they do too!

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Postby SSue » Sun 26 Jun 2005 00:13 GMT

Some brilliant photos, thanks for sharing.

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Postby ruggie » Wed 27 Jul 2005 07:15 GMT

Some excellent shots. For sheer impact, the channel ferry strike gets my vote, but there are a couple of very good 'lightning landscapes', too. A lot of the pics are overexposed, diminishing the impact. Anyone got any guidelines for photographing lightning?
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Postby Kay » Wed 27 Jul 2005 13:24 GMT

Wow! Spectacular!

We get some pretty amazing storms in Thailand too. The monument at the bottom of our garden has been hit several times.

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