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    Lightning

    In 1988 at the Antlers Hotel in Colorado Springs I took a photo of lightning that has eluded painting for years. It was a one time pic that I'll never forget and captured. In spanish I love the term: " Relampago ". AR4, oils, knives, 3 layers.
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    It's hard to do, but you've got a good result!

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    Very effective Tony.
    Geoff

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    Powerful! This loghting looks like the one striking St. Peter's dome when pope Benedict announced he was leaving! (There were pictures of it)
    To possibly add to Your ethymological curiosity I may say that in Italian it's called: lampo or fulmine or saetta or folgore.
    These terms have non casual relations with the English: lamp, fulminate, sagittarius.
    Actually all of them (and some others in my answer here) are derived from Latin.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    that's so clever and efficiency. love how you did the color palette and background to show how powerful is the lighting. very nice

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    That's electric Tony.
    Quite the image. I love it.
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    I like the mood of the painting. Good work on the values in the cityscape

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    Tony, I like how you have captured the atmospheric conditions..scary, indeed.Beautifully executed.

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    Expertly done Sir. I can hear the thunder from here. I like the color palette as well.

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    Painting is not a hobby for me, it's a passion. To capture an instant in time and have emotions sparked is my applause, thanks for looking and all the applause. TJ

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