It was a pretty intense little storm.

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not1word on May 12, 2010

Hi there, Vicki. That's a very nice compliment, thank you very much. I'd never seen that image before. There is some sort of similar feel to the two of them. I think the larger portion given over to the sky helps that idea along, though. Thanks for the visit.

scml on May 14, 2010

WOW ... great photo not1word wonderful colours and fantastic scenery ... a Y* for this one ;)

Nature at its best ;) Look out puny humans :)

All the best from Sandy ;)

not1word on May 15, 2010

Hi there, Sandy. Thank you very much for that. The perspective does rather make the buildings fairly inconsequential, doesn't it?

scml on May 15, 2010

Oh ... no ...the buildings I think are a major part of the photo ... they give it the perspective and feeling of the huge storm ...the power of nature ... it is a great shot ;)

See ya from Sandy ;)

Andrey S. Shulgin on May 16, 2010

Great image! YS&BOP!

not1word on May 18, 2010

Yes, that may well be a better look at it, Sandy. Thanks!

Hello, Andrey, and thank you very much for your choosing this one.

brianmoc on May 18, 2010

neat! nice shot there.

Jesus Miguel Ballero… on May 18, 2010

wow, great pic

not1word on May 19, 2010

Hi, Brian, and thanks!

Thank you very much, Jesus Miguel Ballero.

diannemcd on May 24, 2010

You sure are getting some great ones, I havent been on here for awhile, I sure am missing out. Cheers, Dianne

Chinappi on June 23, 2010

It is a pretty intense little good photo...

Hello from France.

not1word on June 24, 2010

Hello, Dianne. I'm sorry that I missed your comment way back there. I think that I didn't recognize that it was my shot. lol Thanks for stopping in and saying something nice, even when I ignore you.

Thank you very much, Chinappi. I appreciate that a lot. Greetings to you, from Utah.

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  • Uploaded on May 3, 2010
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    by not1word
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D60
    • Exposure: 0.067s (1/15)
    • Focal Length: 18.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.605
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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