Rottnest Thunderstorm

Well the True North gig is now over and the feedback I received was all pretty positive.

I am mulling over a few ideas for next year and will post the concept once we have worked through the ideas properly.

Thanks for everyone who attended and to the speakers and sponsors…a big team effort for sure.

Of course to the True North crew…what can I say…as usual took everything in their stride and everything ran like clockwork!

The above image is of a thunderstorm that came and went so fast it was hard to believe that it even rained 15 minutes later, but my soaked cloths were testament to the fact it did!

I found some pretty cool tucked away bays at Jordie as well that I did not know existed.

Today I have finally overcome by Modem issues thanks to my IT guru Peter Carboni…thanks mate….you are a life saver!

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~ by True North Mark on January 27, 2010.

8 Responses to “Rottnest Thunderstorm”

  1. That storm was amazing, I was in a yacht coming back from Rotto and saw it building. Got some very unusual pics of that building and lightning before it unleashed the down pour at Rotto. It was indeed all over very quickly. Heres the link if you want to have a look. http://www.petaannephotography.com/storm-approaches/

  2. HUGE THANKS to you and the crew for the Aussie Day trip. I had a fantastic day and really appreciate the time and effort you must have all gone to. You’re a star 🙂

  3. love the clouds mate they are awesome i was out at serpentine dam that day got some ok shots but nothing like yours mate

    awesome as always

    pb

  4. Cool shot Mark – almost looks like the rain is going upwards.

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