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Imagine feeling calm and confident as lightning flashes and a storm passes.. Do You Seek Immediate Shelter at the First Sign of a Thunderstorm? Are you glued to the Weather Channel during Rainy Season? Are you Unable to Sleep during … Continue reading →

Huh, who woulda thunk it? From the Facebook page of Epic Nature: A person standing under an oak tree is 16 more times liable to be hit by lightning than if he had taken refuge beneath a beech tree. The oak tree has vertical roots which provide a more direct route to ground water.

Huh, who woulda thunk it? From the Facebook page of Epic Nature: A person standing under an oak tree is 16 more times liable to be hit by lightning than if he had taken refuge beneath a beech tree. The oak tree has vertical roots which provide a more direct route to ground water.

:: NATURE :: Outstanding Photographs of Storms | Gallery Heart454 x 640 | 57.4 KB | galleryheart.com

:: NATURE :: Outstanding Photographs of Storms | Gallery Heart454 x 640 | 57.4 KB | galleryheart.com

Lightning can be a very destructive force but the exquisite and beautiful patterns which emerge when lightning strikes are some of the most beautiful nature has to offer. Description from thephotoargus.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Lightning can be a very destructive force but the exquisite and beautiful patterns which emerge when lightning strikes are some of the most beautiful nature has to offer. Description from thephotoargus.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

2014 National Geographic Photo Contest Entries, Above: Kristjan Madalvee - "Lightning in Vergi Port, Estonia."

2014 National Geographic Photo Contest Entries, Above: Kristjan Madalvee - "Lightning in Vergi Port, Estonia."

Lightning often strikes more than three miles from the center of the thunderstorm, far outside the rain or thunderstorm cloud. Description from bostontrauma.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Recorded Lightning

Lightning often strikes more than three miles from the center of the thunderstorm, far outside the rain or thunderstorm cloud. Description from bostontrauma.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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