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I thought I had ruined this photo. It was a time lapse with an exposure of about 30 seconds. However on this one the phone rang and so its exposure time was about 7 minutes! Needless to say it was the best of the lot! August 21 1987
Chris.s weather log for this day may be viewed here

www.flickr.com/photos/elsie/5284715989/in/photostream/

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  1. IOWAPILOT 102 months ago | reply

    Great Photo. Love lightning storm photos.

  2. Elsie esq. 102 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the comments IP!

  3. Shadow Giant 97 months ago | reply

    Puts my lightening shots to shame, but then again I am a novice who has only been going a few months.

  4. Elsie esq. 97 months ago | reply

    Funnily enough lightning photographs are the easiest of "special" photos to take. The camera only requires a time setting shutter and away you go. Ooop sorry. You do need a good thunderstorm and a FILM camera. (as far as I know digital cameras do not permit exposures much longer than 20 secs. The exposure for this picture was 7 minutes!

  5. Sospitis 94 months ago | reply

    "...and a FILM camera. (as far as I know digital cameras do not permit exposures much longer than 20 secs."

    Ha ha ha ha ha! you're funny! As someone who has done both, digital is MUCH easier! ALL SLR cameras have this capibility (and many point and shoot as well), just to let you know.

    At any rate, this is a stunning photo, and I just started the Top 20 Lightning Group, and it needs a little help getting off the ground, you should consider adding this, it would do well.

    [edit] I just re-read my comment and thought it sounded a bit condescending; don't get me wrong; I love film. I just hate the proliferation about the “supposed evils of digital.” Both are great so long as you have the right gear.

  6. SerialCoder 81 months ago | reply

    This image has been added to the Flickr Museum for making explore's top 25. Kudos!You can check it out here...

  7. timsharp68 71 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called MAIDSTONE HOT SHOTS, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
    Great shot :-)

  8. Mick S 1999 71 months ago | reply

    Stunning capture..well done..

  9. nickphotos 71 months ago | reply

    Glad the phone rang - terrific shot.
    That storm was over us too!

    Seen in Maidstone Hot Shots

  10. pterandon 69 months ago | reply

    Did you know this image was posted here.

  11. acco_tobruk 65 months ago | reply

    Hi am ail from tobruk libya

  12. Gloria Atkins 62 months ago | reply

    Awesome pic, , this is my Favorite pic of all time.

  13. Randolf Jorberg 58 months ago | reply

    YAY! Old but GOOOOOD!

  14. opensourceway 51 months ago | reply

    Thanks for publishing your work with creative commons!

    We've used it in an illustration for opensource.com
    opensource.com/business/09/12/open-source-business-megatrend

  15. ~Brenda-Starr~ 48 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called
    The StockYard,
    and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    Wow!

    --
    Found in a search. (?)

  16. angelpark85 44 months ago | reply

    Congratulations! Your photo has received the Amber Award from FotoVotr. It has been selected from the Flickr community because of its interest and popularity. For more information, please visit the FotoVotr Amber Group. We would be honored to have you join us!

  17. runneralan2004 33 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the Creative Commons license on this terrific photo. We used the image on the Science Business blog; see sciencebusiness.technewslit.com/?p=5643

  18. betterman1943 21 months ago | reply

    dps ···nice shooting···

  19. jmlpyt 11 months ago | reply

    très belle prise de vue

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