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Praying Monk Photograph - Praying Monk Lightning Halo Monsoon Thunderstorm Photography by James BO  Insogna

Praying Monk Lightning Halo Monsoon Thunderstorm Photography is a photograph by James BO Insogna which was uploaded on November 17th, 2011.

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Wow, this must be exciting !!!

Pure and awesome magic James

Amazing image, Bo! Thanks for your tenacity, for the lightning you show us is that which most of us will never see, let alone photograph...

Wow - Absolutely incredible. I can just imagine stting there in storms waiting for the perfect shot - all your efforts sure paid off. I never sat with emtal equipment like that but have been hiking in the canyons of the southwest during severe thunderstorms and it 's something you'll never forget! A favorite and a vote.

wow, did you feel that one coming? ;) I would love to be able to catch one, but still, i have not :(..Great capture James!