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A powerful New Mexico storm passed by us. We watched it for over an hour from tremendous vantage points along the roads.
As the storm moved closer and the anvil was just overhead. We left this location to get farther away for a better view of the entire storm cell.
From the perspective this was photographed at, I thought it looked like a UFO floating.
Our first real night of the trip, in Roswell. We ate dinner, then swam in the motel pool for a while and watched a gathering storm around us. It never really hit *in* Roswell, but seemed to form over us, getting more violent to the north. So after nightfall, we headed about 5 or 10 miles north of town and set up our tripods out on a dirt road. We just hit the shutter and took long exposures, see what we'd catch. For me, I probably had 100 photos of darkness, and maybe 20 decent/passable lightning shots.
I was tempted to head further north, straight into the melee, but Sharon was right... we had a long day ahead of us, and should probably call it a night and head back to the motel.
(Shockingly better in lightbox.)
This little waterfall is adjacent to a larger waterfall at the ruins of the Roswell Mill in Roswell, GA.
Roswell Criterium. Shot with 17-55mm f2.8. Panning exercise to blur background and to focus biker.
Would the US government be able to cover up the Roswell incident if it happened today?