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Positive Pink Lightning On the Prairie

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posted by Bo Insogna, alias Striking Photography by Bo Insogna on Monday 17th of August 2015 10:36:54 PM

Positive pink lightning bolts striking on the Colorado prairie plains with a view of an old homestead house. This was an amazing but dangerous storm to photograph, large positive charge bolts hitting all over the place. Pink lightning, also known as purple lightning, is a type of lightning that is much louder thunder, and has a purple-pink color effect. Pink lightning occurs when a storm is producing precipitation. Pink lightning is also more common, because it has positive charges. Positive charges have more effect in a storm than negative charges. This type of weather phenomena has more deaths a year than white lightning. Pink lightning has more chances of producing wildfires than white lightning. ( source wiki) James Bo Insogna (C) - All Rights Reserved. This is a 3 image stacked. The lightning around the house was in one image. > iGallery High Resolution View: >> Royalty Free and Rights Manage License: >>> Blog >>>> Facebook: >>>>>Twitter: >>>>>> Google Plus:

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