Better Than Any Alarm Clock (thunderstorm rain ). Photo by weatherphotographs

Better Than Any Alarm Clock

Uploaded by: weatherphotographs

Monday March 19, 2012

Vernon, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: A squall line came though around 7AM Monday and I was ready for it. At least I thought I was - the simultaneous thunderclap and the whole building shaking woke me up fully - better than anything else could. What a way to start the day! Shot through my closed hotel window in Vernon, Texas. Stay safe and be aware of storm proximity when photographing lightning!

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weatherphotographs

My cameras are trained skyward to capture anything and everything I find interesting. Photographing the weather has become a passion, and I wish to share this with the great Wunderground community. I hope you find these as interesting as I do. Check out my website for scenes of the skies at http://www.weatherphotographs.com and thanks for looking. Create your own visitor mapOnline Voucher Code

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