I got it again :)

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  1. mentos_007

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    nice...and dangerous....
     
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    Wow, perfect timing. :thumbsup: Great job!

    Do I see wrong or does it really hit the tree? :shock:
     
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    nice mentos! do you just sit and take repeated bulb setting exposures until you get this? i've never tried lightening.
     
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    Awesome picture, i just wish that one branch wasn't so tall, it blocks part of the main spur of the bolt. Other than that it's great.

    I've shot fireworks, and i know how hard that was (too short and it's a boring shot / too long ans it just looks like a colorful sea urchin). So i give you a lot of credit for the lightnint.
     
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    Now wasn't it two months ago when you were saying that you'll never get a lightning shot??? Now you have put up two of them. That is a great capture. Now I'm going to have to go storm hunting again.:)
     
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    hah thanks Hobbes :) and again I used contionuos shooting cz I don't have bulb mode... but as someone earlier said " any method that works is a professional method" :)
     
  8. MDowdey

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    great shot!!!!!! wow!!!!! :shock:



    md
     
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    the picture isn't working for me :(


    [edit] It showed up all of a sudden! haha... now that's some crazy lightning!!!
     

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