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ღღ Eiffel Tower ~~~ Looking across Avenue de Suffen and along Avenue Octave Gréard to the Eiffel Tower. Taken from the balcony of my room at the Hilton Paris Eiffel hotel.

oh, my! Look at the lightning at the bottom!

Seeing lightning strike from a moving car...Photo by domestik, via Flickr

lightning travels at speeds or 130,000 mph and can be as hot as 54,000 degrees F. That is hot enough to fuse rock and sand into glass.

Sent to Fox-Atlanta: Was sent to them from someone in Chattanooga when tornadoes went through.

To enjoy it even more, take a Paris by night tour which will bring you to the Eifel Tower exactly at the time that the lights sprinkle. You will think that you are so lucky to see it and you will be!!

Eiffel Tower, Paris, France. Just a dream?

Eruption lightning at Krakatau: One of the rare (every 2-12 hrs approximately) vulcanian-type explosions at night with a large lightning forming inside the turbulent ash cloud. (1 Sep 09)