17 Hunting After Thunderstorm

Hunting After Thunderstorm

Posted on August 10, 2010 by team


Some stunning photographs of thunderstorm taken in early August Minsk.

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17 Responses to “Hunting After Thunderstorm”

  1. biggfredd says:

    before everyone elseth

  2. muzzer says:

    whoop whoop

  3. Testicules says:

    I am sure this little puny thunderstorm was front page news. It is amazing that the people of such a large country can get so freaked out by a little bad weather.

  4. xoxo says:

    quite beautiful.

  5. SovMarxist1924 says:

    Remembering Nikola Tesla….

    • SovMarxist1924 says:

      Lightning helped spark life; by the process of electro-magnetism organic molecules would bind together forming complex chains of molecules, which would eventually lead to differentiation in the chain. (Soviet education was outstanding).

  6. TimO says:

    Beautiful! Thank you so so much for sharing!!!

  7. Boritz says:

    Lightning is very much difficult to photograph. Beautiful! Nice to see it here.

  8. Helloz says:

    I live in FL and that’s still pretty impressive :)

  9. Testicules says:

    I live in Fl and it is o.k. Not nearlly as bad as the storms that roll over Tampa Bay every day at 4pm.

  10. Pigeon says:

    Stunning photography.

    Reminds me of being grounded on a sandbank in a boat one time with a 40 foot metal mast sticking up in the air above my head and lightning crashing down all around every few seconds…

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