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One of the great things about the shore is the clouds that form in such an unstable climate. Before packing up and heading home I shot this from our fifth-floor balcony, pointing south.
And to the west were some thunderstorms with 30,000' cloud tops.
I saw an excellent sunlit dead tree on the way inland that had black stormclouds and lightning for a background. Didn't stop to shoot it because of the powerlines that were also behind the tree, so I settled for this one I remembered from the drive down. I hate powerlines because they ruin hundreds of otherwise great photo-ops every year. Sometimes you can get rid of them in Photoshop, but depending on the situation this isn't always possible.