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    been getting a lot of flower shots, so i'm gonna make a thread to show them off at some point but for now here's a few close up shots.







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    Some beauties


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    Keep the lovely shots coming, Zach!

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    thanks Brant & Danny
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    Badlands National Park

    I was treated to quite a light-show at Badlands National Park on Saturday. Some severe thunderstorms passed through in the afternoon and evening, with high winds, torrential rain, hail, and a funnel cloud. About 30 min before sunset, I could tell the storm was about passed, and it was clearing to the west. With nothing else to do, I grabbed my camera and figured I'd sit in the car in case the sun broke through the clouds. It did not disappoint. As the sun was setting, it shone right on the retreating storm and produced a giant rainbow. At the same time, lightning was still striking east side of the park (where I had just come from). It was super windy (and still lightly raining), but I did my best to block the camera as I was doing long exposures to catch the lightning. I've never had such an opportunity before, with a spectacular sunset, rainbows, and lightning, all while being in a fantastic location. The light was rapidly changing, so it was hard to set up compositions where the lightning and rainbows weren't at the edge of the frame. I did my best; of course if I knew where the lightning was going to be, it would have been much easier!






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    Wow .... beautiful images. The second one is especially stunning. Nice work!

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    C4RBON: What a great set. Many wait a lifetime for this kind of setting. Really great stuff. Very glad that prep, opportunity, and skill all intersected. Thanks so much for sharing these wonderful images.

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    Fantastic set C4RBON !

    Sunset in the Alps by Pierre, on Flickr

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    Beautiful Pierre!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zach View Post
    Beautiful Pierre!
    Thanks Zach ! Here's another one from yesterday...

    Cime de l'Est by Pierre, on Flickr

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