Thanks again to Wyoming Through The Lens, a Facebook group of photographers from across the state, both professional and armature.

This Facebook group is open to anyone who has an interest in photography. No need to feel as if you are not good enough - or even too good. Just join in and enjoy sharing the beauty this state has to offer, in all of its forms.

These photos came in from across the eastern section of Wyoming that was underneath that hard moving storm system on Wednesday, 05/21/2020.

Clouds seem to bubble, downward 1.

Clouds seem to bubble, downward 2.

WHAT EXACTLY IS GONG ON HERE?

Dark & Lighting.

LIGHTING AND COWS.

The rain begins.

Red Orange and Black.

The perfect lighting strike.

Yellow foreground, black background.

Storm passes, a touch of open sky.

Rainbow.

Sunset.

A few videos were captured and posted on the Wyoming Through The Lens site.

Orange clouds.

Heavy front overhead.

I think my personal favorite video is this time laps of the clouds rolling above.

As a bonus clip, I found a video shot by a storm chaser who drove into Douglas. The hail was not heavy, but there was enough of it to almost make a person think that it has snowed.

 

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