Lightning Photos

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All photos were taken during the LP supercell near Shamrock, Texas. If they look grainy, it's because I have a REALLY OLD P.O.S. camcorder (circa 1986).

Lightning strikes behind a tree less than 1/4 mile away.

A CG hits about 4 miles away. If you look carefully, you can see the glow and smoke plume of a previous strike that started a fire.

Charles tries to photograph a branched lightning strike about a mile away.

Another branched CG about a mile away.

This CG came out of the rear end of the rotating wall cloud, near the back edge of the clear slot.

I just love it when lightning tears out of a beautiful cloud structure like this.

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