hobart storm

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    I haven't seen it yet, but locals can get a hard-copy of this image as it's on the front page of the Mercury newspaper (Thursday 19th).
    A combination of 4 30-second images of tonight's storm over Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Hobart has few thunderstorms but this one was impressive despite most of the action being cloud-to-cloud and over 10km away.

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    1. andrewfuller62 39 months ago | reply

      Whoa - front page of the Mercury. You'll never live this down! Congrats mate. Cheers, Andrew.

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    2. yangpang 39 months ago | reply

      I like it.Great.

    3. Black Rider Studios 39 months ago | reply

      majestic. faved. By the way i saw your piece on the explorer page. Congrats. If you have time please come by and checkout my work.
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    4. JavierAndrés 39 months ago | reply

      wow! very impressive! that storm is awesome

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    5. MBrauni [deleted] 39 months ago | reply


    6. JR's Gallery 39 months ago | reply

      Very nice capture

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    8. jungle33 39 months ago | reply

      It was a cracker of a storm wasn't it?! Beautiful image...both here and on the front page of The Mercury!

    9. Tetley T 39 months ago | reply

      Great shot!

    10. !Jill! [deleted] 39 months ago | reply

      Nice picture

    11. tigerricky13 39 months ago | reply

      Well done Andrew, great capture.

    12. lawsonphoto.us 39 months ago | reply

      What great timing, we don't get lightning shots like that around California often. Nice job with this one.

    13. Jeff Crowe 28 months ago | reply

      Amazing capture Andrew , to get the lightning and bridge together was a bonus .

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