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June 2010 Shooting on assignment from the John Hancock Center, the Chicago Tribune photographer Chris Sweda captured lightning bolts hitting the Sears Tower and the Trump Tower at precisely the same moment. Photograph: Chicago Tribune photo by Chris Sweda

Super-cell Lightning, Snyder, Nebraska Under a super-cell thunderstorm, a "wall cloud" or "pedestal cloud" may form. This is frequently associated with tornadoes and micro-bursts. Here, a "cloud-to-ground" lightning bolt strikes from a wall cloud.

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Our Nacreous pillows and mattress pads get their name from the Nacreous Polar Stratospheric Clouds. Seen here at McMurdo Station in Antarctica https://www.slumbercloud.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=nacreous

Nacreous clouds ~ sometimes called mother of pearl clouds, rare but once seen never forgotten. Mostly visible within 2 hours after sunset or dawn. McMurdo Station, Antarctica by Deven Stross

Lightings Strike on Lake Michigan  http://amazinglytimedphotos.com/lightings-strike-on-lake-michigan/#.VCh2jEt_zLQ

Lightning Strikes on Lake Shore Drive, Lake Michigan From: Beautiful Nature And Amazing World

Lighting in slow motion(GIF)<< It's not funny, but I don't have any other board to pin this to.

Lighting in slow motion

Lightning slowed down at frames per second. That is one of the coolest things. This reminds me of Frankenweenie when the science teacher was teaching them about the ladders needed for lightening.

Photo by New York photographer Jay Fine, who spent two hours (and 40 years) and 80 missed shots in Battery Park City to get this shot. via BBC.

The big picture: Lightning strike

This is the moment a lightning bolt appears to strike the Statue of Liberty in New York. New York photographer Jay Fine had spent the night braving the storm in Battery Park City, Manhattan, in a bid to get the perfect picture.