Desert Thunderstorm

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Comments (12)

jockswa on October 11, 2011

Fantastic, as long as you're not under it! Great shot GG.

GasGasL€X on October 11, 2011

A good pic but yes we did get saturated..

Derek Graham on October 11, 2011

I love the desert thunder storms. We used to sit on the verandah in Kalgoorlie and in the distance you could hear the rumble of the Esperance Doctor as it rolled towards town and then the rain pelted down.

GasGasL€X on October 11, 2011

Derek the two worst electrical thunderstorms that I have ever experienced were both out in the Goldfields. Dunno why that is...

Auggie on October 28, 2011

Wow, run for cover! Great! Cheers Auggie

Giuliano Mangani on November 6, 2011

Nice panorama shot and view!

Regards from Italy

Giu

voted

GasGasL€X on August 7, 2012

Auggie, man_giu thanks for the comments, Regards from Aus..

GasGasL€X on March 2, 2013

Very real and a touch scarey to be out there with no cover..

Lloyd Weeber on April 23, 2013

Atmospheric. Like.

GasGasL€X on January 19, 2014

Cheers Lloyd Weeber, ( wow are you the real Lloyd webber?? :-p

Lloyd Weeber on January 20, 2014

Google produces only one Lloyd Weeber, so I am the real one!

"Weeber" is a fairly rare name in New Zealand. Any connection to Lloyd-Webber is coincidental.

Weeber is a Stuttgart name. When Durer created the first German Dictionary after the invention of the printing press he got rid of double "ee"s from the German language. I guess my ancestors in Stuttgart were conservatives and kept the double ee. I would also guess there are a lot of German Webers that are also related to me, so if you go back far enough Lloyd-Webbers could be relatives, if the name Webber came from Germany.

GasGasL€X on January 23, 2014

I see Lloyd, interesting lessons in names there. cheers. ~Lex

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