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I was on my way back home from office when I recognized a strange sky and lighting. So I hurried with my bike uphill, snachted my MKII+Elmarit R 60 mm and was just in time to catch this appearance of our house. And soon after a heavy thunderstorm raged in our region.

 

 

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Iduna,

 

A wonderful picture with great drama. The lighting, color and the peaks of the roofs makes this so outstanding. Even if this were in b&w, I don't see that it would compare to this.

 

Paul

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Iduna,

That is the very cloud that I am always waiting, hoping and praying for and almost never get!

Good capture. I'm so jealous.

Dee.

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Paul,

thank for your time and contemplation. The color was really glowing and hiding a frightful freight.

 

newnew,

thanks for your nice comment.

 

Karl,

this sort of cloud is not so very uncommon here but to this extent it was quite an appearance.

 

Dee,

these clouds sometimes are in preparation here for a few hours, but then you have to be quick and in this case the lighting was there for only a very short moment. We are living in a hilly region the hills are serving to split the weather so warm air is climbing sometimes quick. The strange lighting was granted only for a short moment.

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brill64,

many thanks for viewing and writing.

 

Bill,

thank you for looking at this drama.

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