Thursday, June 7, 2012

Summer Thunder in the Sierra

Summer thundershowers are not uncommon in the Sierra.  Here Mount Morrison is cast in subtle relief by one. Although fearsome, they are short lived.  Put down that graphite lightning rod you've been fishing with for awhile.  The sun will come back out, and you can be off, after the ever elusive wild trout again.

© James P. Webb 2012

1 comment:

  1. Hey Jim,
    I have always wondered about fishing during a thunderstorm. If you are standing in the water, and lightning hits the river any distance away from you, can you be shocked?


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