Top 10 Weather Photographs: 6/16/15 “Lightning Captured at Just the Right Time”

The top 10 weather photographs shared in the Mr Twister
Weather Snapshot group on June 14th 2015





#1 Basile Ducournau  (554 Likes)

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Here’s the latest picture of our journey, caught june 8th in New Mexico, close from the city of Tucumcari during a moderately unstable day placed in marginal risk by the Storm Prediction Center. This thunderstorm were pretty electrical and has produced many lightning strikes in front of us, below our prevailing view these semi-arid plains. One of them has had the good idea to come hit a power pole located in the exact continuation of the road, while the white car that we can see a bit further just came toward us. I had to remove the tripod at this moment. It was a matter of seconds.

#2 Storm Invictus (428 Likes)

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Two years ago today, one of the most magnificent and photogenic supercells I have ever witnessed hovered over the prairies of northeast Nebraska near the town of West Point on the evening of June 14, 2013.  This is a six image panorama, shot on a Canon 5D Mark III at 14 mm, f/8, ISO 800, and stitched in AutoPano Giga. The color toning and cast is reflective of the actual storm appearance, with some appropriate shadow and contrast adjustments, I like my images to be as ‘true to eye’ as possible. The storm base was only about three miles away, hence the need to shoot at such a wide angle.  I made this frame on a farmstead about seven miles west of West Point off Nebraska Highway 32. The owner of the farm, ironically a young woman named Stormy, was home alone (her husband was at work and her young daughter was at her mother’s place in town) and she was so terrified that I took her with me, as I was uncertain if the storm bearing down on her farm might produce a tornado. She rode with me the rest of the chase, and once she realized a tornado wasn’t going to take her farm, she actually enjoyed the experience quite a bit. To this day, I’m still friends with her, and we often reminisce about the day we met as this beast mothership put on a phenomenal display of raw atmospheric beauty over the Nebraska countryside.

#3 Joe Randall (333 Likes)

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This was after the 5 tornadoes in Colorado, we missed the chase but got the sunset that followed.

#4 Jacci Ingham (318 Likes)

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From Feb 18th 2015 – The Woonler Station Supercell.  A huge classic supercell near Darwin, NT Australia!  The storm was taken during the outflow stages near dusk after the cell tracked in from Kakadu and lasted over 4 hours. It produced a breif funnel near Fogg Dam and some reports of hail came out from rural areas.  Large supercells are rare in the tropics. Thanks to the influences of a severe tropical cyclone that was well to our east, it created an ideal environment for supercell development.

#5 Ronny Kemmler (269 Likes)

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 13.06.2015 Supercell near Gera (Germany)

A Ride You Won’t Soon Forget!

#6 Age Foto (244 Likes)

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#7 Jimmy Smart (228 Likes)

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One of many tornadoes near Simla, Colorado on June 4th 2015.

#8 Giannis Mazis (203 Likes)

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corfu greece! like a atomic bomb

#9 Chris Streeks (195 Likes)

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Beautiful light for midday illuminating an outflow dominant supercell near Watertown, SD back on June 17th, 2012.

#10 Tracey Rees (173 Likes)

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ANOTHER evening display of magnificent cloud structures! THIS is why I went without other things so I could finally get a good camera. Looking west, from my church in Warrenville. Incredible.


 Rising Stars

Laura French

Canadian, texas, 27th may 2015

Arlene Winfrey

6-11-2015 approaching Guymon, Oklahoma

Tsephe Letseka

I’m really missing storm season. This is in Maseru, Lesotho in December last year.

Ronald Kotinsky

Lido Beach, Sarasota Florida

Georg Van Druenen

Here’s another sunset shot from last Friday. Sitting on a wooden groyne and enjoying the show

Congrats Everyone!


Zach Roberts

Zach Roberts

Owner/Storm Chaser/Photographer at Mr Twister
Hello and welcome my fellow photography and weather enthusiasts! I hope you enjoy my website and my photography. Nothing else in the world compares to seeing the beauty of mother nature in person, and I truly enjoying sharing my passion with you.
Zach Roberts

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