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N 2.6K B 104.2K C 161 E May 16, 2017 F Aug 12, 2017
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That is what this type of intracloud lightning is called: an anvil crawler. What a great name!

This is my last storm image. I want to thank everyone who has commented or faved these images. It was a bit of a departure for me to do this kind of photography and I've been so pleased and so flattered by the people's interest and enjoyment of these images. Thank you all very much!

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In May, 2017 I went storm chasing in Tornado Alley. Tornado Alley, which stretches from Texas through to Nebraska, is the area of the U.S. which gets the most severe weather, and the most tornadoes, every spring. Over 8 days, I chased storms through Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico. What an incredible adventure it was! If you'd like see more images I took while storm chasing, take a look at my Storm Chasing album.

I tried my hand at time lapse on this trip. If you'd like to see the time lapse film I made, it's on YouTube in 4K and on Flickr, too.

Tags:   Oklahoma Panhandle Storm Chasing Texas

N 1.8K B 56.6K C 126 E May 15, 2017 F Aug 10, 2017
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This is from the same storm as the image I posted the day before yesterday, just a bit later in the evening and showing the lovely glow produced by intra-cloud lightning.

Texas Panhandle. May 15, 2017.

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In May, 2017 I went storm chasing in Tornado Alley. Tornado Alley, which stretches from Texas through to Nebraska, is the area of the U.S. which gets the most severe weather, and the most tornadoes, every spring. Over 8 days, I chased storms through Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico. What an incredible adventure it was! If you'd like see more images I took while storm chasing, take a look at my Storm Chasing album.

I tried my hand at time lapse on this trip. If you'd like to see the time lapse film I made, it's on YouTube in 4K and on Flickr, too.

Tags:   Storm Chasing Texas Texas Panhandle

N 966 B 19.0K C 72 E May 15, 2017 F Aug 8, 2017
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This image was taken on the evening of the very first day of storm chasing.


Texas Panhandle. May 15, 2017.

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In May, 2017 I went storm chasing in Tornado Alley. Tornado Alley, which stretches from Texas through to Nebraska, is the area of the U.S. which gets the most severe weather, and the most tornadoes, every spring. Over 8 days, I chased storms through Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico. What an incredible adventure it was! If you'd like see more images I took while storm chasing, take a look at my Storm Chasing album.

I tried my hand at time lapse on this trip. If you'd like to see the time lapse film I made, it's on YouTube in 4K and on Flickr, too.

Tags:   Storm Chasing Lightning Texas Panhandle

N 1.8K B 94.7K C 109 E May 16, 2017 F Aug 7, 2017
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This is an image taken on a fabulous night of lightning. It was the second day of storm chasing and this was the first time I got to stand quietly behind the tripod and really contemplate the storms I was shooting. Before the trip, I'd seen lots of nighttime lightning shots with this pinky/magenta colour and thought, "That can't be real!", but it is (though the blue was seen much better by the camera than by my eye). I could see the pink flashes with my naked eye. The wind was whipping from behind me, so I couldn't hear or see any of my companions. and felt almost as if I was standing alone in front of that storm.

I've been out of town for a week, so sorry to everyone if I've missed commenting on your images.

Oklahoma or Texas panhandle. May 16, 2017.

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In May, 2017 I went storm chasing in Tornado Alley. Tornado Alley, which stretches from Texas through to Nebraska, is the area of the U.S. which gets the most severe weather, and the most tornadoes, every spring. Over 8 days, I chased storms through Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico. What an incredible adventure it was! If you'd like see more images I took while storm chasing, take a look at my Storm Chasing album.

I tried my hand at time lapse on this trip. If you'd like to see the time lapse film I made, it's on YouTube in 4K and on Flickr, too.

Tags:   Storm Chasing Oklahma Panhandle Texas Panhandle Lightning

N 2.5K B 93.7K C 190 E May 21, 2017 F Jul 27, 2017
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I really have to get better at naming my images!

That tiny building on the horizon is one of those huge, modern, concrete grain elevators.

This is the last of the infrared storm images I am planning to post. All that's left are the (colour) nighttime shots. I wanted to say 'thank you' to everyone who has taken the time to comment or fav these images. It has meant a lot to me.

Oklahoma. May 21, 2017.

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In May, 2017 I went storm chasing in Tornado Alley. Tornado Alley, which stretches from Texas through to Nebraska, is the area of the U.S. which gets the most severe weather, and the most tornadoes, every spring. Over 8 days, I chased storms through Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico. What an incredible adventure it was!

I tried my hand at time lapse on this trip. If you'd like to see the time lapse film I made, it's on YouTube in 4K and on Flickr, too.

Tags:   Infrared Oklahoma Storm Chasing Lightning


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