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    Posted 10 days ago

    dav2no1
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    Photograph Of Lightening Striking Seattle

    9 1/2" x 8"
    Circa: 1984

    I bought a lot of art last week and got this large photograph for free. The photograph is lightening striking downtown Seattle. The photograph was originally the property and sold by The Seattle Times.

    "The downtown Seattle skyline is highlighted by lightning in this time-exposure photograph taken from Duwamish Head. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times, 1984)"

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    1. keramikos, 7 days ago
      dav2no1, Very cool. :-)

      Some people might take a sight like that for granted, but the Puget Sound historically isn't known for lightning.

      Neither is the San Francisco Bay Area:

      https://lickobservatorygiftshop.ecwid.com/Lick-Observatory-Lightning-Storm-Poster-p141470209

      However, I suspect all bets are off in the future, because of long-term weather pattern changes.

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