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    Weather Phenomenon

    this would make a great sticky.
    I took a couple shot's last night, but the lightning was 20-30 miles away. o.k. results, but nothing spectacular.
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    Good stuff, I missed out on all the lightning this weekend. Supper sick light show over Utah lake Friday night but I never got the camera out.

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    I could add a couple to a Lightning sticky: http://www.bogley.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=12582

    HOWEVER, I've seen others request (and I think it makes sense) that we have a Weather Phenomenom sticky. that is something that everyone, regardless of location, could participate in.
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    Don't have much lightning but I was photographing the sunset on my roof in Sandy once while a nice little lightning storm rolled through. Not safe but I got down for the wost of it. The big one is Bells Canyon lit up.






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    thanks carpey.

    now, everyone better start posting up their weather pics...or else
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    About all I got after taking 200+ shots last night....

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    From my back yard...


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    Rainbow with the Book Cliffs in the background
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    wow udink! helluva shot!

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    I hope this isn't too many, but I can never decide which ones to post. PS, nice rainbow Udink.

    Above the clouds after a snowstorm:



    Looking down on the sunset from 16,500 feet:



    Giant lenticular cloud over Annapurna:



    Clouds from my backyard:



    Rainbow over Split Mountain:



    Storm breaking up on Castle Peak Colorado:



    Ice Mountain as seen from Missouri Mountain Colorado:



    Frosty rocks on the summit of Missouri Mountain Colorado:



    Me in a blizzard at timberline on Hahns Peak:



    Jared during the same blizzard:



    Shielding my face in -80's windchill:


    Way above the clouds:



    Cedar Mountain sunset:



    Mount Epworth sunset:



    Above the clouds at 19,347 feet:



    Wading through ice:



    Giant ice wall:



    Big storm approaching:



    Getting buried by volcanic ash:


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    Scott I enjoyed them all! Love the first one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott P
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    WOW, nice shots.

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    I just got the shivers at my kitchen table looking at some of those. Thanks Scott.

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    Scott, those are incredible!!

    Here're a couple from last weekend. The fog was above LaVerkin/Toquerville but below the "twist" on the way to Zion.

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    Cool Win - I love fog. Looks so beautiful.

    Couldn't believe the weather report for Moab last week, 1/4 of a mile visibility in freezing fog, temperature -17C (1F). Dang!

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    These are actually rain drops. If you look closely you can see that they look upside down...or is that we always think of them the wrong way....?
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    1. Sunset from head of Neon Canyon.
    2. Mt Everest from space
    3. Saving the important stuff after the flood.
    4 & 5. New cloud: Undulus Asperatus
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    Approaching thunderstorm, Byng, Oklahoma, summer 2008...


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