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Saturday's Storm Images

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Martin Mc Kenna
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« on: January 20, 2009, 03:58:15 am »

Thanks very much Tyler. It was good fun at that stage despite the nasty conditions before it cleared. I was very fortunate to have the Sun break out at that moment. The colours were more vivid in reality compared with the images and the convection was really crisp and sharp but I messed up the focus. Maybe I can be excused due to the bitter cold and gales driving into me at that time. I quite like the shadows of the towers cast onto the anvil. Good to see some convection again..Cheers.

Richard, thanks very much. I have noticed that too, the images you have taken of convective showers and storms do look very similar with what we get over here. I guess it makes sense in a way because both of our weather patterns are governed by the Ocean. The Atlantic wacks us with everything over here, when low depressions move east the first place they hit is Ireland. Must be the same in your location. I would sure like to see more storms but I think was a good start to the new year. I have a good feeling about the storms this year..I just hope my instincts are correct. Your are spot on...we take what mother nature dishes out. Thanks for the comments.

Hope you guys get more storms soon.  Smiley
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