Photographer's Note

I’ve been travelling through Bangkok for many years, the Hotel I stay at faces West and the room I always have is on the 34th floor. Its interesting that for my last post I uploaded a Sunset shot through some of the worst pollution I’ve ever seen. This shot, taken only a few days later the visibility was in excess of 15 kilometres. I’d been watching these large Equatorial Thunderheads building for most of the afternoon, lots of lightening but no rain., then all of a sudden the clouds began to break up giving way to a glorious sunset. I’m almost sure that at the moment I pressed the shutter the last of the remaining Thunderheads erupted with a huge bolt of lightening, illuminating the heart of the cloud with this monstrous burst of energy. Nature is just breathtakingly incredible, don’t you think.

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