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Lens: Tamron 28-300mm Camera: Pentax K7 Photo Location: WV, my yard. ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: >6s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: Unruely, 09-15-2011, 06:13 AM

We had a wave of storms come thru the area last night and I was able to capture a lot of strikes. This was the best and I believe the bet I have taken so far!

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09-15-2011, 06:49 AM   #2
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That is a great Lightning shot ! Well done.
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Would love to capture a shot like that, never have much lightening here. Superb.
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Wonderful shot... are you sure it wasn't aliens sending down their pods? :-p

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That is a very, very fantastic lightning shot, nice.

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Great shot you captured, keep them coming. Bob
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Amazing shot!!!
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Thanks all. Lightning has become one of my favorite things to photograph. When storms are active I tend not to get much sleep..

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Magnificent photo.

Years ago I built a lightning shutter trigger out of an old flash unit to mount on my MZ-50.

Alas, we don't get too many storms here and then there's always too much cloud cover to get a clean shot.
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Having spent hours during our last thunder storm, getting soaked and not getting one lightning flash, I salute your effort.
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What a 'cracker' of a shot!!Another example of being at the right place at the time.Well done!!

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YEAH!
Now that's what I'm talking about!
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Good catch.What was your WB setting?
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Oooohhhh! That's a spectacular lightning show!
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