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What an eye full

nadger
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What an eye full

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Re: What an eye full

Wow, now that is a shot Smiley Smiley
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Re: What an eye full

YaY !... spot on...
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Loved the caption the Daily Mail had for the photo today, 'A bolt from the bleu'  Grin
nadger
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Glad it didn't happen when I was flying paper aeroplanes off the top 55 years ago  Cool
pierre_pierre
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the BBC item is headed Sacrebleu!

A lightning strike gives a vivid backdrop to the iconic Eiffel Tower, while the Paris landmark is illuminated in vibrant blue lights. Amateur photographer Bertrand Kulik captured the shot which will appear in an exhibition titled "Lumieres celestes, lumieres des hommes", in Issy L'eveque, Burgundy. It was taken 21:02 GMT, 28 July 2008 during a storm in the French capital.
nadger
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See my original link  Wink
pierre_pierre
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I was just reporting on Artmo post - how about the date when it was taken Roll eyes
nadger
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Both time and date were clearly stated under original picture not that it really matters as the photo speaks for itself  Cool