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    1. doolmom 33 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot!

    2. ervinmabry 33 months ago | reply

      this should be on a huge canvas in your home!

    3. DietzCL 33 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot!

    4. C. Burnett 33 months ago | reply

      That is so cool!

    5. Photographs by TLC 33 months ago | reply

      Wow! Incredible shot!

    6. schafcrew1 33 months ago | reply

      Was this a lucky shot? Beautiful!

    7. Blake n Donna Mc 33 months ago | reply

      Incredible! Love it.

    8. willaruth 33 months ago | reply

      That is soooooooo amazing!

    9. hollyhockdaze 33 months ago | reply

    10. r_spin 33 months ago | reply

      Ditto to all the wows above! I love the bright spot at the bottom where the lightening actually hits the ground. You usually don't see that in one of these shots. Well done.

    11. christybrowning 33 months ago | reply

      Amazing! Love It!

    12. Phil F. 33 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the comments yall!!! Set the camera on a good tripod, using a timer... set sutter speed to any exposure time you want, adjust apeture and let the timer work for you. On this shot, shutter was 30 sec. @ F.8, I think. O, almost forgot. Point the camera in the area you see the most strikes. Be safe doing this, the tripod makes a good lightening rod!

    13. sbpierce 33 months ago | reply

      What a powerful shot!

    14. lisaslens 33 months ago | reply

      Hey Phil~
      This picture is PHENOMINAL! Kudos to you...
      I see a lot of lighting captures but this one is over the top with the capture of the rain coming down as it is, the detail in the rock (or appears to be a rock), the clouds and the color treatment.
      Keep up the great work!

    15. shellyblake 33 months ago | reply

      What an incredible shot - love this! And thanks for the tips on how you captured it.

    16. Texpat Starling 33 months ago | reply

      This is truly a fantastic (and fantastical) shot. I also want to add that if you click the link for your camera (Canon EOS 7D) in the top right, it will give all the EXIF data that shows how the shot was done. That's one of the reasons why I clicked here. I love looking at other people's EXIF data because I can learn so much.

      Congrats on a job well done.

    17. Charade47 32 months ago | reply

      Of all the photos chosen for the six groups over at Pioneer Woman's site, this was in my personal top three most beautiful and MEMORABLE! Thanks for posting it.

    18. leigh jg 20 months ago | reply


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