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Striking Fine Art

Art Prints

Lightning Strikes 4 Image Vertical Progression

Lightning Strikes a four image black and white vertical panorama progression. Lightning striking near a communications tower in south Boulder County Colorado.””

Colorful Lightning Thunderstorm Collage

Four images of a lightning storm progression with green, yellow, blue and red colorful collage. Lightning thunderstorms as fine art.
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Static On The Line

This communication tower really puts these lightning thunder bolts into perspective make you wonder if there was static on the line when they hit. Can you hear me now….””

Two Giant Lightning Strikes

Two Giant lightning bolt striking next to a wall of rain and this communications tower south of Boulder Colorado towards Golden, heading east to Denver. This is a view from central east Boulder County looking to the southwest towards the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Very active weather with a ton of lightning strikes, we were out of the wind and rain north of the storm a great viewing point.””

Electrical Arcing Cloud

Inter-cloud and cloud to cloud lightning thunderstorm with a beautiful sky above a country lake north east of Longmont and Boulder County. Lightning bolts were really striking and hitting the ground in Ft Collins. We are on the south side of this storm. Lightning is a case of an electric arc between one cloud and the earth or another cloud, as are sparks caused by discharges of static electricity.””

Crude Oil and Natural Gas Striking Across America – Happy Labor Day

View of an oil well pumpjack with a lightning thunderstorm striking and American USA Flag background. near by. Composite HDR Black and white with selective coloring and American USA Flag background. ””

Communication Breakdown

Many lightning bolts striking on the horizon with a communication tower in South Boulder County, Colorado. This is 13 images stacked equal to about a five and half minute exposure.””