Last night we had the first thunderstorm of the year! …and I managed to capture this bolt o’ lightnin’.
Semi-interesting fact— Newspapers in the 1800′s often used terms other than “lightning” when describing it. Their alternate terms included: “electrical bombardment”, “electrical pyrotechnic” or a “peculiar pyrotechnic display”.
Located in northern Minnesota, Voyageurs National Park is a land of spectacular beauty and rich history. It hugs the outer edges of the northern boreal forest, and its interconnected lakes were once roads for travel and trade. The park is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of a boreal forest, ply the interconnected water routes and view the dark skies. If you’re lucky, you might even see the Northern Lights dancing overhead. Photo courtesy of Jim and Will Pattiz.