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In my previous blog, I left you with a photo of the Painted Canyon overlook at Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota, in the morning sun...

About a 15-20 minutes after taking that photo of the rainbow, I saw what you see in this photo. I found out later, I was photographing my first "super cell". For those of you who are not familiar with this term, this is a cloud formation that has the potential to become a tornado.

Simply amazing to have seen and photographed this. And, yes, that is lightning!

As many of you know, I'm a member of the The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Photographer’s Society (APS), which will be presenting an exhibit at the Waconia and Watertown (Minnesota) Libraries in November and December.

This loon photo of mine along with two other photos will be in the exhibit. For those of you who are local, stop by if you're in the area.

My loon photo was the luck of the draw and was used to promote the exhibit in the Waconia SunPatriot newspaper. Read more about the exhibit here:

White Iris, (not sure exactly what kind, so if you know, let me know!) taken on Maui, Hawaii.

Kangaroo's Paw, taken in Maui, Hawaii. This is one of my new favorite plants!

I just had to show another photo of the Kangaroo's Paw!