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June 25 – Part 2 – Darkling shadows

Didn’t have to go far to see some summer goodies today, this one rolled in off the hills and tracked right over Sylvan Lake this afternoon. Nothing severe that I saw, but the hail plane was bombing it for most of it’s life, so they must have thought there was something in there. I wasn’t going in to find out.

Summer thunderstorm west of Sylvan Lake,AB - June 25, 2010
Summer thunderstorm north of Spruceview,AB - June 25, 2010Spinny bits in the updraft of a thunderstorm west of Sylvan Lake,AB - June 25, 2010Summer thunderstorm approaching Sylvan Lake,AB - June 25, 2010

4 Responses to “June 25 – Part 2 – Darkling shadows”

  1. 1
    Brandon Says:

    Very nice images. I thought about a pano, but we were always to close to it, and could never get to a decent location ahead of it. There will be more opportunities. The colors and contrast made it fun to photograph!

  2. 2
    Dann Cianca Says:

    Yeah! That’s the kind of picture I like to see! 🙂

  3. 3
    Brad Says:

    Looks good Pat. Here’s some of mine from the rear of the drumheller storm. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to get in front to see anything good.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/theshiney1/archives/date-taken/2010/06/25/

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    MikeW Says:

    Here is the photos if that wall cloud near drayton valley on june 27.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/40036264@N04/

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