Lightning is visible most nights, flickering like distant strobe lights while we bask under  starry skies. Last evening was no different, but one thunderstorm passed close enough to see actual forks and bolts.

Since it was going off in a giant, brain-like thunderhead, I grabbed my camera. Of course, no good bolts hit while the shutter was open, but you get the idea. Out of about 200 photos, most at 2 seconds, lightning lit up every single one. Quite an energetic cloud.

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