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They say lighting doesn’t strike the same place twice, but these bolts have bombarded the same area over eleven hair-raising minutes. Each individual lightning bolt pounds the ground with an average power of one billion volts, so the force of dozens of bolts a second over more than ten minutes can barely be imaged. Tour guide, Roch Hart, 52, took these incredible shots from his roof in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, just two miles away from the lightning strikes. “After a day of tours I noticed this storm develop,” said Roch.