Tour guide Roch Hart photographed a spectacular storm from his roof in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. They say lighting doesnt strike the same place twice but Roch captured bolts bombarding the same area over eleven electrifying minutes.
NASA: Thunderstorms almost spoiled this view of the spectacular June 15 total lunar eclipse. Instead, storm clouds parted for 10 minutes during the total eclipse phase and lightning bolts contributed to the dramatic sky.
Burning daylight—thought these were tornadoes, I think those are the burning oil wells in Kuwait during the Gulf War. Iraq set fire to more than 600 of them as they retreated from Kuwait during the Gulf War in 1991