Ahh finally, some great conditions to capture some of yesterday’s light and sound show. But it didn’t come easy. Was dog tired. First few locations sucked. Missed some amazing bangers. But persisted to capture this out near Metcalfe. Road lit by car head lights👍
My 5th Favorite Steel Coaster is #StormChaser at #Kentuckykingdom . This coaster was my first rmc when I rode it back in 2017. I went to the park on opening day so I was expecting it to be slow but OMG it was HAULING! Some of the intense airtime I have experienced on any coaster. The barrel roll drop was fantastic, the trick track double up was otherworldly, the back to back twisting airtime hills were incredible and the “fear helix” was amazing. I spent most of my time at KK riding Storm Chaser most of it in the second row. This ride as a whole blew me away and it made me so excited to ride other RMC’s in the future. Vid cred to @kentuckykingdom
#Thunderstorm over #Pori 30.6.2011.
I ❤ #stormchasing
Idk how many of you have used radio triggers with off-camera flashes. Basically you have a controller unit on camera, which fires the external flash through radio reciever unit.
Now imagine you could use thunderbolts and lightnings the same way. When you take the photo, a signal is send to the stormy cloud and a brigth bolt with millions of watt seconds and crackling sound lights your subject nicely and evenly. I call this ᒪIGᕼTIᑎG ᗷY TᕼᑌᑎᗪEᖇ.
Would this be practical? Hell no!
Has anyone ever done anything light this? Absolutely not!
Is this even possible? Yes, of course it is! If you are #Thor from The #Avengers