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***EXCLUSIVE*** CASA GRANDE - AUGUST 2012: A dazzling capture of a strong microburst or downdraft, coupled with an approaching wall of dust in north of Casa Grande in August 2012. A SUNNY beach is the last place you would find storm chaser Mike Olbinski holidaying - as he chases ferocious hurricanes and tornados across America. The 39-year-old photographer spends almost all of his free-time capturing extreme weather formations, including explosive lightning storms and vast supercells. These powerful images are among the best he has snapped over the last four years in states including Arizona, Kansas and Texas. PHOTOGRAPH BY Mike Olbinski / Barcroft Media UK Office, London. T +44 845 370 2233 W www.barcroftmedia.com USA Office, New York City. T +1 212 796 2458 W www.barcroftusa.com Indian Office, Delhi. T +91 11 4053 2429 W www.barcroftindia.com

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***EXCLUSIVE*** ARIZONA - OCTOBER 2010: A lonesome dust storm hovers over the fields in Arizona in October 2010. A SUNNY beach is the last place you would find storm chaser Mike Olbinski holidaying - as he chases ferocious hurricanes and tornados across America. The 39-year-old photographer spends almost all of his free-time capturing extreme weather formations, including explosive lightning storms and vast supercells. These powerful images are among the best he has snapped over the last four years in states including Arizona, Kansas and Texas. PHOTOGRAPH BY Mike Olbinski / Barcroft Media UK Office, London. T +44 845 370 2233 W www.barcroftmedia.com USA Office, New York City. T +1 212 796 2458 W www.barcroftusa.com Indian Office, Delhi. T +91 11 4053 2429 W www.barcroftindia.com

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Lightning flashes over the Christ the Redeemer statue on top of Corcovado Hill in Rio de Janeiro on January 14, 2014. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA

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0002_Lightning © 1999 Laurie Hatch, image and text - LICK OBSERVATORY - Mt. Hamilton Californian - 1999 September 8 - In this one-minute time exposure looking west from Kepler Peak, a turbulent cloud hurtles lightning into Mt. Hamilton foothills. Across Silicon Valley, more bolts shock the Santa Cruz Mountains twenty miles away. Thunder rumbles across hillsides announcing repeated strikes. Sheets of rain drench valley neighborhoods. It is a spectacle of rare intensity on Mt. Hamilton, and one that will continue past daybreak. Domes remain closed for the duration of the storm, shielding telescopes from the assault. - The photographer thanks UCO / Lick Observatory staff for their continual and enthusiastic support. - A VIEW FROM LICK OBSERVATORY - Lick Observatory crowns the 4,200-foot Mt. Hamilton summit above Silicon Valley in central California. This research station serves astronomers from University of California campuses and their collaborators worldwide. Eccentric Bay Area tycoon and philanthropist James Lick (1796-1876) bequeathed funding for construction which spanned from 1880 to 1887, fulfilling his vision of the Observatory as a premier astronomical facility. In 1959, the Shane 3-meter reflecting telescope was completed on Mt. Hamilton. It continues to provide data for forefront research and engineering programs. In total, the mountain top is home to ten telescopes which are supported by resident staff and by headquarters at UC Santa Cruz. Acclaimed for academic excellence, technical expertise, and superior instrumentation, Lick Observatory probes the expanding frontiers of space. - EXPOSURE DATA: Nikon N90s, Nikkor 20mm f/2.8 lens Kodak Supra 100 Color Negative film Exposure: 1 minute @ f/8 - FOR MORE INFORMATION: http://www.ucolick.org, - Lightning safety: http://www.lightningsafety.noaa.gov/distance.htm, lh@lauriehatch.com, http://www.lauriehatch.com

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The leading edge of the Booker, Texas supercell from June 3rd, 2013 after it started gusting out and lost rotation.

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A very well defined wall of dust rolls through Phoenix last night. At times it had the definition of the large one from back on July 5th, 2011.

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Another view of the Booker, Texas supercell which was one of the most amazing sights I have ever seen.

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