Thursday, July 13, 2006

The moment lightning shared the sky with a rainbow

No, it's not a new, gay Broadway show. It's not a new self-help book on shelves helping people get in touch with shit they should ignore in the first place. It's the coolest thing I've seen since my friend got his head stuck inbetween the banister. Stupid bastard.

When a rainbow formed in the sky people stopped and stared at the natural wonder.

And they were quickly struck down by "God's stun-gun".
But then lightning sparked across the evening panorama as two of nature's most spectacular phenomenon created an unusual alliance.

As unusual as, say, the US and France agreeing on pretty much anything.
The clash of weather was seen above the affluent city of Fort Smith, in the Southern state Arkansas.

Here's some pictures. Pretty pictures. Calming and relaxing. Not much of that nowadays.

1 Comments:

Blogger f.b.i.t.c. said...

Pretty, pretty flashes.
Bright light flashes

flashes

muzzle flashes

grenades

bodies

aaaaarrrggghhhhhhh flashback time

must


go


now

July 14, 2006 6:38 AM  

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