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Our Love for Country – Our Love For Boston

  Our Love for Boston – Our faith in each other, our love for each other, our love for country, our common creed that cuts across whatever superficial differences there may be, that is our power. That’s our strength. That’s why a bomb can’t beat us. That’s why we don’t hunker down. That’s why we […]

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Good Friday The Crucifixion of Jesus

Good Friday. Lightning striking behind The Crucifixion of Jesus. The closing events of the life of Jesus as He died on the cross are recorded in all gospels (Mk 15:33-41; Lk 23:44-49; Jn 19:30-37). Matthew records that from the sixth hour, or noon in Jewish reckoning, there was darkness over the land until the ninth hour, or 3:00 p.m. This darkness seems to have begun after the third cry of Christ on the cross […]

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Rocky Mountain Foothills Lightning Storm

Massive Rocky Mountain Storm Boulder County Colorado Foothills. this is a layered image equal to a 1 minute and 45 sec exposure.Fact: Lightning detection systems in the United States monitor an average of 25 million strokes of lightning from clouds to ground during some 100,000 thunderstorms every year. It is estimated that Earth as a […] www.Fine-Art-Photography-Gallery.com […]

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America Walking the Line

Lightning striking the Mountains walking the line with a Unites States of America Flag background and a texture layer added for a patriotic image and print. Fine art nature landscape photography poster prints, decorative canvas prints, acrylic prints, metal prints, greeting cards and stock images www.Fine-Art-Photography-Gallery.com […]

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Tree Silhouette BW Lightning Thunderstorm

BW Lightning Thunderstorm with a Tree Silhouette. Boulder County, Colorado. What a great night. Incredible sunset with the clouds starting to boil in to some lightning storms. This was a really great night for shooting lightning because the rain was very light where I was positioned. www.Fine-Art-Photography-Gallery.com […]

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The Hook

Lightning thunderhead lit up with-in lightning coming out of the cloud like a hook. Boulder County Colorado.Buy Fine art striking nature landscape lightning photography prints, posters, greeting cards and stock images for licensing. www.Fine-Art-Photography-Gallery.com […]

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Massive Rocky Mountain Storm BW

Massive Rocky Mountain Storm 08.05.09. Boulder County Colorado Foothills. 10:42pm this is a layered image equal to a 1 minute and 45 sec exposure.Fact: Lightning detection systems in the United States monitor an average of 25 million strokes of lightning from clouds to ground during some 100,000 thunderstorms every year. www.Fine-Art-Photography-Gallery.com […]

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DIA Mustang Bronco Lightning Storm BW

Lightning bolts, cloud to ground striking the front range foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. A view of the Twin Peaks, Mount Meeker 13,911′ and Longs Peak 14,256′ in the distance and the DIA Mustang Bronco Horse Sculpture rearing. www.Fine-Art-Photography-Gallery.com […]

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Colorado DIA Blue Mustang Bronco Horse Lightning Storm

Lightning bolts, cloud to ground striking the front range foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. A view of the Twin Peaks, Mount Meeker 13,911 and Longs Peak 14,256 in the distance and the DIA blue Mustang Bronco Horse Sculpture rearing. […]

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Lightning Tree Silhouette

Lightning Tree Silhouette Images number 29 a fine art lightning weather nature photography print and canvas wall art. Boulder County, Colorado. Filed under: Black and White Fine Art Prints and Canvas Art Tagged: 29bwa, blue sky, Boulder, bouldercounty, branches, canvasartforsale, clouds, Co, Colorado, fineartprintsforsale, forsale, James bo Insogna, lafayette, landscape, Landscapes, lighning, lightening, Lightning, lightning […] […]

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