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Windmills under upcoming thunderstorm ELI

This image was taken on June,9 2014 from an acre of potatoes and shows two windmills under upcoming harmful thunderstorm ELI, wich caused unseen damage in Düsseldorf, just some 40km away 15 minutes later.

I took away the camera under the first thunders and heavy rain which started poring down and rushed to the car which was parked just behind the edge of the forest. Seconds later flashes were all around me. You can see a 2-minute-time-lapse-video of this moments on vimeo, the windmills which you can see there are the very windmills which are displayed in this pano. https://vimeo.com/97832887
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Copyright: Gunnar W.G. Mitzner
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9204x4602
Taken: 09/06/2014
Uploaded: 15/06/2014
Updated: 10/04/2015


Tags: windmill; thunderstorm; agriculture; landscape; dark sky; outdoors; cloudy; day
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