Monthly Archives: May 2010
After a brief downburst of rain in St.Cloud today, I sent the HD plane up for a look. The saturated clouds were peppered with sunshine and began to drop even heavier rain as they traveled North and to the East. Since the rain had passed, the skys were momentarily clear and dry for the plane. This view is looking South and West at the clouds trailing the little storm. Thank you www.WJON.com for posting this weather photo. Interestingly, this storm was traveling such a fine line all day, that it was pouring rain downtown in St.cloud each time a cloudburst passed, but two miles away where I flew to take pictures, the ground was perfectly dry…for three individual downpours. Flight Flash will strive for photographic coverage of severe weather from the air and from the ground this season. Check out this video from last summer of a shelf cloud passing over Fort Ripley, Mn on June 18, 2009: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAprcxBWZ_I
Flying above the Sauk River at sunset this evening. Made possible by the addition of high-power navigational lights to the HD plane.
Flight Flash flew Brainerd, Mn for the first time this weekend and got some great shots of a few city landmarks. >>>Click on photo, then click again for more detail.<<< All images on Flightflash.com are copyright Steven Sohlstrom but can be licensed for use. For licensing, contact Steve at FlightFlash@yahoo.com