Okay first, I only got the first part of the storm and the last part of the storm. Would had the whole storm, if I wasn't too busy hiding in my
closet. I took the best pictures and compiled them into a little video for you all. I was able to capture a ball of lightning before it hitting and
the inside of a streak lightning that was really hot. It left a cloud in it's of the same shape of the lightning. You'll see why, I was hiding most of
the storm. It made the ground rumble and shake, and I thought it was tornado. I wasn't take any chances.
Next time if we get a brutal storm, I'll just leave the camera on the window sill and just record it and hide in the closet so I don't miss anything.
Enjoy the Video. Thanks all. I think it looks better watching it in full screen.
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Hello Manhater. I see that you are relatively new to ATS...welcome. I also see that your thread has no replies. I have been a member here for a
while and simply offer a bit of constructive advice. Firstly, many people put up storm videos and it looks like "your" storm must have been a doozy
for you to take the trouble to do this video...BUT, you failed to mention where exactly this storm took place and there is no location filled in under
your avatar. Secondly, the people who are most likely to click on your thread would be interested in the fact that you wrote "video" in your
title... but it is a video of "still pictures" with music. When it comes to bad storms, us "fragile Earth" folks really prefer actual video, if at
all possible and the real sounds of mother nature...even if it's just wind and rain and you saying OH MY F____G GAWD in the background...lol.
Kinda like reality TV, ya know. This was a good start. I hope that I have been a little helpful...that's what us longer time ATS'ers should be.
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