oh, my! Look at the lightning at the bottom!
Lightning striking the sea. I used to watch nightly thunderstorms over the Atlantic when I lived at Cape May.
storm brewing over the water
Lightning can strike the same place more than once. The Empire State Building is struck about 100 times a year.
A single lightning bolt climbs the ash cloud of erupting Grímsvötn volcano, Iceland seen from nearby Vatnajökull, on May 22, 2011.
I hear the rolling thunder...Thy power throughout the universe displayed ...from "How Great Thou Art"
I saw something like this coming back from Ireland
Jeremiah 10:13 ... "He sends lightning with rain" ... I'm thinking this guy needs to pay attention!
An electrical storm fires over Gillette, Wyoming, on June 15, 2003. (Jim Reed) - Professional storm chaser – CNN Photos - CNN.com Blogs
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.