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The Bastion Bolt


With temperatures well over 40 degrees and very high humidity over several days, it usually means there is some good build up activity on the way. Watching this angry storm roll in was incredible! The storm moved in fast and where the light from the sunset shone through was a sheer wall of rain that lit up bright orange. Followed by this mammoth bolt striking the river right in front. The whole time the storm was moving through, there was constant lightning striking the horizon and the water, along with angry thunder rumbling each time.

This photo was taken from the Wyndham Bastion (Five Rivers Lookout) which is 330m above sea level, a perfect viewpoint for watching mother nature at work.

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Here is a video for you to watch and see just what this epic storm looked like in action. (Please watch in HD)

Wyndham Storm 13/12/17

Watch the unreal storm in action! Standing on top of the Wyndham Bastion (aka Five Rivers Lookout) and watching this fierce storm roll in was incredible. From such an elevated viewing point (335m above sea level I believe) gives a great perspective of mother nature at work. [P.S. I was up there taking stills which weren't intended to be a video, hence it looking a bit jolted. However when the photos are strung together like this I thought it needed to be shared to give you an idea of the epicness as it moved!]

Posted by Landi Bradshaw Photography on Wednesday, 20 December 2017