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By SKYE Editors
Apr 19, 2013
In August 2011, Canada's CN Tower was repeatedly struck by lightning during a 30-minute thunderstorm. Photographer Richard Gottardo captured this shot using a 20- to 30-second exposure.
A lightning bolt appears to strike the Eiffel Tower in this shot of the iconic Parisian landmark taken in July 2012.
A lightning bolt strikes near the Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nev., on July 17, 2006.
Lightning strikes St Peter's dome at the Vatican on Feb. 11, 2013, the day Pope Benedict XVI announced he would soon resign as leader of the world's 1.1 billion Catholics.
A lightning bolt strikes the Empire State Building in New York City in 1957.
Lightning strikes over Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England.
Lightning strikes the 623-foot-high Turning Torso building in Malmo, Sweden, on June 7, 2011.
A bolt of lightning hits the Statue of Liberty on Sept. 22, 2010, in New York.
Lightning strikes behind the Washington Monument during a summer thunderstorm in August 2003.
Lightning strikes the top of the International Finance Centre in Hong Kong on Aug. 28, 2010. On that day, the Hong Kong Observatory recorded 1,913 cloud-to-ground lightning strikes over a period of two hours.
isn't God the greates painter in heaven and on earth. is not evolution you silly thing. God bless.
get off of my screen!
Hold the Heathen Hammer High! XD
Like many others it won't open for me either. I clicked double,triple and too many too count-----and got nuttin'
I had no trouble saving it to my picture file.
God made a joke ont the stones?
Did GOD make jokes on those stones?
AOL still sucks
These photos won't open for me either. AOL needs to regroup and get it together.
Worked fine for me.
double click in the center
A couple of these photos clearly show the lightning striking BEHIND these objects. SO typical of the media, they will lie about ANY thing. GEES!!!!
read the second part of the title "Or comes so close it at least appears to be hitting the structures"
And if you read the captions, those that aren't striking are labeled that way.
It's stupid AOL as usual. Cut and paste into another browser and you can see the pictures just fine. AOL stinks!
Maybe it's your computer, I saw them just fine.
Don't miss a single drop.
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